The initiative is meant to help the studio "create games that inspire and enrich gamers’ lives."
CD PROJEKT RED has launched a new RED Playtesting Program, a voluntary initiative that will help the studio find testers for its upcoming games.
"Creating games that inspire and enrich gamers’ lives is at the heart of what we do, which is why we want your voice to be heard. Come visit our lab and test out what we’re working on!"
The players will need to share their thoughts and impressions on the projects in development. CD PROJEKT RED wants to create "a deep and diverse roster of playtesters", so there aren't many requirements.
If you want to participate, you have to be 16 and older, love video games and contemporary pop culture, create a GOG account and fill out a questionnaire, and wait for a response.
Playtests will be held mostly in Warsaw, Boston, or Vancouver. If you get selected, you'll need to pay for the trip yourself. You will also have to sign an NDA.