The Witcher Remake: Unreal Engine 5 is used to create the Game

The Witcher Remake, a full reconstruction of the first instalment in the RPG game series that established the Polish company on the gaming scene, has been revealed by publisher CD Projekt Red as one of the new Witcher projects it alluded to earlier this month. It will be constructed “from the ground up” with Unreal Engine 5 for the remake, code-named Canis Majoris.

The Witcher Remake: A experienced Witcher series staff member is working on the game, which is presently in its early phases of production at the Polish company Fool’s Theory, according to CD Projekt Red. “We… are offering complete creative oversight,”

  • Skull and Bones has been postponed yet Again

Table of Contents

The Witcher Remake

The Witcher Remake

The Witcher Remake: The Polish video game development studio Fool’s Theory, which has worked on titles including Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Divinity: Original Sin II, Outriders, and Baldur’s Gate III, has its headquarters in Bielsko-Biaa. Codename Vitriol, a “dark, occult RPG,” is being developed by the firm in collaboration with 11bit Studios.

The Witcher Remake: CD Projekt Red’s CEO, Adam Badowski, claims that “The Witcher” was the beginning of everything for the company. “It was the first game we had ever created, and it was a significant turning point for us. Remaking the game now and bringing it to the new generation of players seems just as monumental, if not more so.

CD Projekt Red said the Witcher Remake is in “the early stages of development” with no release date.

Read These Articles Too:

For the latest Gaming news, government news, guides, features, and more, stay tuned with us.

Share on:

Leave a Comment