Cyberpunk 2077 "most probably will" come to next-gen, but there's nothing to announce yet says CDP
CD Projekt RED has expanded its team in order to facilitate all the work going into The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077.
Speaking with Polygon, CDP's business development manager Rafal Jaki said there around 210 staffers working between the two projects.
The red team, which has over 100 people on it, is focusing on The Witcher 3. The black team, is smaller and working solely on Cyberpunk.
Meanwhile, a third, "sizable" team, is working on the game engine powering both titles.
Jaki said things are going "really, really well" at the development house and the teams are doing some amazing work, apparently.
"I don't want to brag or anything, but really the stuff they've come up with is mind-blowing," said Jaki adding that while Cyberpunk is definitely coming to PC, it "most probably will" also come to next-gen consoles.
"But we can't confirm or deny because it's too early for that," he added.
A release date for Cyberpunk 2077 has not provided beyond 2015, and The Witcher 3 hits PC, PS4 and Xbox One sometime next year.