It's official: 

The Witcher

is coming back as a video game.

The official Twitter account gave the good news on Monday to fans of the license.

A new saga, potentially containing several games, will see the light of day, 


reports .

CD Projekt Red, the Polish studio that makes 

The Witcher

games , gave no additional details.

We don't know when the next installment might be released.

Gamers will therefore have to settle for the new visual for the moment, as well as a few technical details.

In case the website doesn't load for you, here's the screengrab.

— The Witcher (@witchergame) March 21, 2022

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Change of graphics engine

Indeed, the studio is abandoning the REDengine graphics engine in favor of Unreal Engine 5 thanks to a partnership with Epic Games, its creator.

The agreement "covers not only the licenses, but also the technical development of Unreal Engine 5 as well as possible future versions of Unreal Engine," a statement on the license's website reads.

Launched in 2020, Unreal Engine 5 immediately won over gamers for its graphic quality very suitable for open world mode.


The Witcher

games  will be available on various online stores as well as on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X at a minimum.

However, it may be necessary to wait a few years before being able to get our hands on the new opus.


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