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'The Witcher 4' is in Pre-production

Work on The Witcher 4 is in full swing. CD Projekt Red informed that the project has already entered the pre-production stage.

Not much news about "The Witcher 4" recently, don't you think? But before the embers of the modest announcement completely died down, the developer informed that it finished collecting data for the game (so-called research) and began the pre-production stage.

The information comes from summary of the latest financial report of CD Projekt Group (for the first quarter of 2022). In addition to revealing news about The Witcher 4, the company assured that they have seen an increase in the efficiency of the studio since they started using Unreal Engine 5.

In addition, CD Projekt RED mentioned the date of the official announcement of the story DLC for Cyberpunk 2077. More information can be found here.

What does this mean? Well, it means that the creators will now focus on creating documentation for The Witcher 4 - explaining all the assumptions and concepts - and designing its various elements. In other words, the Reds are still at the beginning of their work but now it should accelerate significantly. And if this stage goes smoothly, the rest should be easy.

Unless it doesn't - after all, game development has a way of creating many elements only for them to end up in the developer's trash.

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Source : Twitter / Nibel.

Hubert Sledziewski

Hubert Sledziewski

A sociologist by education, a gamer by passion. His adventure with gaming began at the age of four – with the Famicom clone. Currently, he prefers PC and challenging RPGs, but doesn't shy away from consoles or other genres. He has been writing professionally since 2016. He joined Gamepressure five years later – although he has known the website ever since he had access to the Internet – to combine his love of writing and games. He mainly deals with news and editorials. When he's not playing or writing, he's happiest reading, watching TV shows (less often movies) and Premier League matches, listening to heavy music, and walking his dog. He loves Stephen King's works almost unconditionally. He has not abandoned plans to follow in his footsteps. However, he keeps his first "literary achievements" locked away deep in a drawer.


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