Created from the ground up in Unreal Engine 5.
On Wednesday evening, CD Projekt Red was able to reveal that the first The Witcher game will now get a remake, and thus be made from scratch.
On Wednesday evening CD Projekt Red could reveal that the first The Witcher game will now get a remake, and thus be made from scratch
The main responsibility for the development will belong to Fool’s Theory, a Polish studio that has previously been involved in the development of everything from Baldur’s Gate 3 to Divinity: Original Sin 2. The studio has employees who have worked on The Witcher series before, and the publishers will also be involved at work.
This new version of The Witcher will be developed in Unreal Engine 5, and will be made with the same tools as the next The Witcher trilogy. No further details were revealed, other than that the developers are excited to get to work and that CD Projekt Red is looking forward to remaking their first game.
One of many new projects
Earlier this month, CD Projekt Red could reveal that they have a lot going on, including the start of a new series of The Witcher games, a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 and a standalone project that was then nicknamed Canis Majoris. The latter is then this new edition of The Witcher.
The first The Witcher game was launched on PC in 2007, and is widely known for being an ambitious but particularly awkward RPG. The Polish publishers say that they will do the new edition in the right way, and ask players to be patient: