When the minds behind The Witcher 3 says they're working on a project that "no one else has done before", we can only imagine what kind of awesomeness the studio is cooking up.
During CD Projekt RED's financial earnings call, company Adam Kicinski revealed that the Polish dev team will release a brand new game in 2016, and it'll be completely different than anything we've seen so far. Presentation slides reveal that the new game will be "a new type of video game format previously unexplored by the studio".
Kicinski didn't deliver concrete info, but teased that the new game will be "experimental", and it'll be something "no one else has done before". The Witcher 3's second Blood and Wine expansion is still on track to release this year, and will be the last of Geralt's adventures.
Considering that CDPR's games are already unique masterpieces, this news is rather tantalizing indeed. Could it be another type of interactive Witcher game that bleeds over to comics or other mediums, or is it something completely unrelated to the dark fantasy universe?
Time will only tell, and CDPR will be at E3 2016 so maybe we'll see an announcement at the show.