CD Projekt Red is the second largest video game company in Europe, with a market valuation of around $ 8 billion (via PC Gamer).
The developer is making a lot of moolah right now. Sales of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has surpassed $ 50 million since 2018 and, consequently, CD Projekt Red gets 80% of subsequent sales. As the series enjoyed a surge of interest from the television adaptation, it makes sense that there has been a whopping 554% increase in sales for the physical editions of The Witcher 3 on all platforms. This was recorded in December The Witcher has seen over 5,000 concurrent players on Steam, which blew up its previous broken record, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has gotten over a million players by dipping their toes in The Continent.
The happy news of CD Projekt Red in the festive season continued only with a new agreement with the author of the Witcher books, Andrzej Sapkowski. This “establishes a framework for future cooperation” and entitles intellectual property rights to video games, graphic novels, board games and merchandise. Of course, its GOG.com distribution platform will surely have influenced statistics and enthusiasm for the future Cyberpunk 2077 he was not deterred by the delay.
As a developer of the “double franchise”, the success of The Witcher is Cyberpunk 2077 can bring the company to pole position on time. Currently, Ubisoft is the king of the castle, with an estimated market estimate of $ 9.6 billion. We know Ubisoft had problems with poor performance Ghost Recon Breakpoint is The Division 2 end of last year. The company is said to be considering an editorial reshuffle to encourage variance and novelty in its properties.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.