While much of the talk about this year’s E3 has been about giant publishers like Sony and EA not attending, those that are staying are hinting they’re going to make a splash.
CD Projekt Red, the developer behind “The Witcher” franchise, has dubbed this June’s E3 convention the ‘most important’ in the company’s history according to CEO Adam Kicinski during a financial results presentation this week.
The company says they are planning a surprise for its presentation and added that it is the best place to announce release dates for games.
The hope is the company will set a release date for “Cyberpunk 2077,” the long in the works sci-fi gaming title first announced in 2012 and which is one of the most anticipated video games currently in development. Last year’s E3 saw the developers announcing that the game would be coming to the PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.
It’s also expected we might hear something more about the next entry in the “Dragon Age” game series.