The GDC clip is basically him talking on others people work completely unrelated to what he's supposed to sell. High five!
Polish developer CD Projekt Red’s future is safe with The Witcher franchise selling over 25 million copies since its debut almost a decade ago.
The company’s yearly revenue brought 583.9 million PLN ($148.3 million) with the profits of 250.5 million PLN ($63.6 million) over the same period.
The figures are not as great as in the previous year, but that’s quite logical – The Witcher 3 was launched in 2015.
The strong market position of The Witcher underpins the commercial success of the Blood and Wine expansion pack, published in May. The 2016 revenues and net profit of the CD PROJEKT Capital Group were equivalent to 75% of the corresponding figures for 2015, which is when the release of The Witcher 3 took place. These excellent financial results for the past two years enable us to pursue new, ambitious undertakings and further expand our enterprise. Key development projects currently underway include Cyberpunk 2077 and GWENT: The Witcher Card Game.
Piotr Nielubowicz, Vice President for Financial Affairs
CD Projekt is now working on launching at least two more titles: Cyberpunk 2077 and Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, spending 56 million PLN ($14.2 million) in 2016.
For years we have consistently prioritized quality and focused on a limited range of products. The persistently strong sales of the entire The Witcher series vindicate our approach and contribute to long-term appeal of our releases. Between the launch of The Witcher in 2007 and the end of 2016 we have sold over 25 million copies of The Witcher games.
Adam Kiciński, President of CD PROJEKT
Read the full statement here.