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CD Projekt to Open a US Studio, Release Two ‘Smaller’ Titles

CD Projekt to Open a US Studio, Release Two ‘Smaller’ Titles

CD Projekt is planning to release two smaller titles under a new US studio, Videogamer has reported after translating a document posted on CD Projekt’s website.

The two games, set to release by 2016, are said to be at least 20 hours long and will support one of the company’s other project lines. The US studio aims to represent CD Projekt RED in the US and be ‘responsible for marketing and public relations.’

Additionally, on the topic of The Witcher 3, the title is set to see a release on PC, the PS4 and another, unannounced platform. Most likely whatever Microsoft has in the works.

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