by Joseph Leray
CD Projekt, the company behind upcoming RPGs "Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt" and the clumsily titled "Cyberpunk 2077," published an internal memo (helpfully translated by their English-language forums) that details their plans from now through 2016, including at least three unannounced games.
Both "Witcher 3" and "Cyberpunk 2077" will be released, between 2014 and 2016, which lines up with previously confirmed timeframes. "Witcher 3" is being developed for "at least three strong platforms," according to the memo, and CDP have already confirmed PC and PlayStation 4 versions. "Cyberpunk," on the other hand, is still listed as PC-only, though that's obviously subject to change.
Here's where things get interesting: CDP also plans to develop and release three as-yet-unannounced games within the next few years. They're planning two "smaller ... but top quality" games designed to last about 20 hours each, and one cross-platform mobile game. The memo apparently doesn't specify what kind of games these will be or which universes they'll take place in, but all three will be connected to CDP's existing properties.