CD Projekt (Cyberpunk 2077) announces the acquisition of a Canadian studio

The news business CD Projekt (Cyberpunk 2077) announces the acquisition of a Canadian studio. Published on 03/30/2021 at 10:00 p.m., updated on 03/30/2021 at 10:28 p.m. CD Projekt thinks big of Cyberpunk 2077 despite the disastrous start, all sold 13 million copies on the last score, including refunds. To support future developments, CD Projekt Red has just announced the acquisition of a Canadian studio. That studio is Digital Scapes, a Vancouver-based studio that has been working with CD Projekt since 2018 and that has a dozen developers involved in it. On the occasion of this takeover, the studio was renamed CD Projekt Red Vancouver. Your task will be to support the development of future projects and especially the technological part. The size of the deal was not disclosed, but both parties have spoken. Paweł Zawodny, Production Manager and Chief Technology Officer at CD Projekt, says: The well-known Digital Scapes team is our trustworthy partner. We have been working closely together for three years and trust them completely. Digital Scapes did a lot of work in the development of Cyberpunk 2077, helping with the development of the game and tweaking its various features. The new team will not only contribute to our projects, but also help us perfect our technologies and expand our skills in this regard. We believe that the extremely talented team at Digital Scapes is the perfect foundation to build a larger team at CD Projekt RED Vancouver. Marcin Chady, Vancouver Studio Director, says: We are thrilled to be joining a studio that is incredibly engaging and engaging in wide ranging experiences like The Witcher Trilogy and Cyberpunk 2077. We believe our contributions to gameplay and technology make them even more fascinating can. As a Polish Canadian, I am personally delighted to be able to build bridges between the Canadian and Polish game development industries. This is a great opportunity for Canadian developers to immerse themselves in the incredible intellectual property of CD Projekt RED Vancouver, and for CD Projekt RED Vancouver, Canada’s talent pool and creative arts.

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