Based in Poland, CD Projekt is now valued at $8 billion (R120 billion), second only to Ubisoft, which is based in France, and valued at $9.6 Billion (R144 billion).
This is rather remarkable considering the company is pretty much only known for The Witcher series, with Cyberpunk 2077 being it’s first real move away from the fantasy genre. The company’s value increased from $6.8 billion (R102 billion) only a month ago, thanks in large part to The Witcher III’s releaseon Nintendo Switch, as well as the popularity of the Netflix show, which increased interest in the game.
CD Projekt is known for being nice guys, by not selling and microtransactions in $60 games, and releasing expansions that put other games to shame for a very reasonable price. It because of these types of practices that has made them very popular among gamers. There’s also a lot of anticipation of the the upcoming The Cyberpunk 2077, despite numerous delays.
In other Witcher related news, Eurogamer also reported that you will now have save file integration between PC and Nintendo Switch using Steam and GOG. This feature is not available for PS4 or Xbox One, yet.
Update 3.6 for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Nintendo Switch is now available!
It introduces save file integration with GOG and Steam, and adds more graphical settings, making it possible to customize visual fidelity, among others.
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