Witcher Series Passes 25M Units Sold, Cyberpunk 2077 Development “Quite Advanced”

CD Projekt Red’s Witcher series has passed a new sales milestone. As part of the company’s newest earnings report today, it announced that the game–comprising The Witcher, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt–has now passed 25 million units sold (via PC Gamer).

The Polish developer did not provide a specific unit sales breakdown by title.

During a Q&A session as part of the briefing, CD Projekt Red management offered an update on Cyberpunk 2077, saying development progress is “quite advanced” at this stage. Management said the game is very ambitious and stressed that the developer will not rush the game to market.

Cyberpunk 2077 is scheduled to launch sometime in the 2017-2021 window. Don’t expect to see more of it until CD Projekt Red can prepare an impressive showcase for it.

“Right now it’s the end of talking about Cyberpunk until we can go out there and show stuff and say, ‘Hey, here it is,’ because that’s how we do games,” CD Projekt Red co-founder Marcin Iwinski said earlier. “There is too much talking about what it possibly could be, and how big, and…

“When we show it, we should show it and explain it. So I’m going to have people not read anything about Cyberpunk probably for the next… time, whatever the time will be.”

The game is set in a dystopian future and is being made in partnership with Cyberpunk RPG designer Mike Pondsmith. Platforms have not been announced, but PS4, Xbox One, and PC seem likely.

In terms of financial specifics, CD Projekt Red’s revenue and profit for 2016 dropped year-over-year. You can watch the CD Projekt Red earnings briefing above (it’s translated from Polish to English), while you can read the full written report here.

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