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Future Frontiers: CD Projekt Teases Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher Mobile Games

Know what’s new? Night City could be coming to your pocket soon. Forget just dreaming about hacking the net on your phone – CD Projekt is seriously mulling over letting other studios make Cyberpunk 2077 mobile games. This is a whole new direction for the company, so buckle up!

CD Projekt Opens Up to Mobile Opportunities

Okay, CD Projekt is finally dipping more than just a toe into the mobile market. When asked about those licensing rumors, CEO Michał Nowakowski basically confirmed they’re looking for other studios to make phone and tablet versions of their big games. 

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They’re keeping quiet about which projects are on the table, but this is definitely a shift in their approach.

This move isn’t exactly shocking. The mobile market is a goldmine, and even old-school PC franchises know there’s serious cash to be made. CD Projekt is probably trying to find a way to profit off this market themselves. Of course, they have to be careful – fans won’t stand for a shoddy port that ruins their favorite games.

Business Deals Under Wraps

Nowakowski played it cool when asked about the nitty-gritty details of potential deals. So far, we don’t have any hints on whether they’re going for one-time payments or those sweet, ongoing royalties. Seems like they’re weighing their options carefully.

CD Projekt’s Mobile History: A Mixed Bag

Night City hasn’t come to our phones yet, but CD Projekt has gotten their feet wet in the mobile world with The Witcher. They’ve put out phone versions of Gwent, and that monster-hunting AR game, what was it called… Monster Slayer? 

Anyway, let’s just say fans might be a little hesitant about more mobile Witcher stuff since those games didn’t exactly set the world on fire. Maybe this licensing news means CD Projekt is admitting they’re not mobile experts, and they’ll get a studio who knows what they’re doing to handle it this time.

What Does the Future Hold?

This news is a massive deal for fans of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher! Get ready to slay griffins or hack the net on your commute – but hold on a second. 

While some fans are hyped to have these massive worlds in their pocket, others are giving this news the side-eye. Mobile games have a bad rep for a reason – they’re often shallow or full of pay-to-win schemes. CD Projekt has a tough job ahead if they want to convince the doubters that these mobile games won’t be a disaster.

To be fair, the idea of hacking the net on the subway or taking down a griffin during your lunch break is unbelievably cool. But let’s be real – will these games be the full Night City experience we know and love, or some watered-down, pay-to-win garbage?

We won’t know for a while, but this licensing gamble is a major risk for CD Projekt. One wrong move, and they risk angering their entire fanbase.

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