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CD Projekt RED confirms new studio opening in Krakow
CD Projekt RED confirms new studio opening in Krakow
June 17, 2013 | By Kris Ligman

Newsbrief: Warsaw, Poland-based studio CD Projekt RED, responsible for The Witcher franchise and the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077, is expanding to a second studio in Krakow, Gamasutra is able to confirm.

Here is managing director Adam Badowski's statement to Gamasutra verifying the news:

This July we are opening an office in Krakow. As we informed in our strategy outlook some time ago, aside from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077, the studio aims to develop two smaller (approximately 20h of gameplay) premium quality titles. Consisting of 20 people, the core team in Krakow will be responsible for developing one of these games.

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Alex Boccia
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Jacek Sliwinski
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good job! it's great to see the polish games industry grow :)

Jakub Majewski
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Yeah... you know, when I first read this article yesterday, I was like - "uh, who cares? Many Polish developers have subsiaries, why is this one newsworthy?"

Well, in fact, what is newsworthy about this is precisely that for the first time, the establishing of a subsidiary studio by a Polish games developer was deemed worthy of a Gamasutra update.

By the way, a while back I tried to calculate the overall size (number of people) of the games industry in Poland. My rough estimate was about 1000-1500 people, but possibly much more, since Warsaw alone accounts for at least 500-700. Wrocław, Kraków and the Katowice-Gliwice area are growing rapidly also...