The Witcher 3 humorous Halloween screenshot of Geralt in a cauldron

[Update #3]: CD Projekt Red will be drastically slowing down development on Gwent: The Witcher Card Game in 2023 and beyond.

[Update #2]: The Witcher 3's next gen update is coming to PC and consoles on December 14, 2022 alongside a free DLC based on the Netflix TV show.

[Update]: Project Canis Majoris has been revealed as a modern remake of the original Witcher game!

While CD Projekt Red most likely has their hands full with the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 expansion Phantom Liberty, that hasn't stopped them from sketching out a rather ambitious roadmap of future releases. Before we begin, it's important to mention that all of these games are still under heavy development and so not only is there barely any information about them, but they also likely won't be launching for quite a few years.

That said, there are three different Witcher projects currently in development. First and foremost, CD Projekt Red themselves will be working on a brand new Witcher trilogy. Accompanying them will be Project Sirius - a The Molasses Flood (Drake Hollow and The Flame in the Flood) developed game focused on "telling an unforgettable story for existing Witcher fans and new audiences." That's not all, however, as Project Canis Majoris will also be joining the group as a third-party, story-driven open world RPG set within the expansive Witcher world.

As for Cyberpunk 2077, besides the Phantom Liberty expansion you can also expect to see a brand new sequel at some point in the future. The details are few and far between, but this Project Orion will be developed by CD Projekt Red and will "prove the full power and potential of the Cyberpunk universe."

The final thing worth mentioning is that CD Projekt Red is also hard at work on a brand new IP - Project Hadar. It's currently still in the conceptual stage so information about is almost completely nonexistent, but what I can tell you is that it will be developed 100% internally and will be entirely separate from both the Witcher and Cyberpunk games.

I'd love to tell you more, but I'm afraid that's pretty much it for the time being. Once that changes and CD Projekt Red announces any of the games, I'll make sure to let you know. Until then, have fun speculating about what exactly each project is going to bring to the table!