CD Projekt has a number of Witcher projects in the pipeline, from an open world remake of the original game to an entirely new trilogy of mainline games. In addition, a spinoff developed by The Molasses Flood, codenamed Project Sirius, is also in the works, though in recent weeks, its development hit a bit of a stumbling block, with CD Projekt revealing that its production was being rebooted.
That process, it seems, has now been completed. In a recently published regulatory announcement, the company confirmed “the conclusion of work on defining a new framework for Project Sirius“.
Exactly what that entails in terms of the scope and nature of the game as per its new vision remains unclear, though CD Projekt does confirm that the framework will lead to a “partial reversal” of 21.5 million PLN against its impairment allowance of 33.4 million PLN, while part of the development expenditures, amounting to 2.7 million PLN, will also be written off.
In addition to multiple Witcher projects, CD Projekt RED is currently also working on the expansion Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, which will be followed by a full-fledged sequel codenamed Project Orion.