Polish studio CD Projekt Red is expanding its "gaming expansion": developer Cyberpunk will open an office in Vancouver. The studio's plans were known back in the spring - now, the deal is officially closed.
"It's official!" - announced the developers, having published the updated Canadian logo. Now, the Vancouver-based team will join the already existing Polish subsidiaries of CD Projekt Red. Recall that in the spring, the studio acquired the Canadian company Digital Scapes, which helped in the developments. Then it was announced that the company would help with the technical side of the work. Now, two companies will be working on future projects. CTO CD Projekt Red, commenting on future work in Canada, said that Digital Scapes will now be the "ideal foundation" for the Vancouver branch.
Interestingly, the team's Canadian branch is now headed by a Polish-born Canadian, Marcin Chudy. Talking about the details of working at CD Projekt Red, he stressed that for him this is "a special opportunity to improve relations between the two industries."
Now, in addition to Cyberpunk 2077, the studio has several other projects, including a future Pokemon Go-style game.