The studio plans on at least seven new projects after the release of the Phantom Liberty expansion.
CD Projekt Red future games

CD Projekt Red just outlined several projects that they have planned or that are already in some form of active development at their studio. Through a series of tweets, the studio talked about their "long-term product outlook" that includes new fewer than seven new projects that will come at some point after the Phantom Liberty expansion releases for Cyberpunk 2077.

Of the new announcements is something called Project Orion, which CDPR states is a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077. There are also five new Witcher related projects in the works. Three of those projects are actually a new Witcher trilogy, the first game of which was announced earlier this year by the studio.

All of the new projects are:
  • Project Hadar - New IP
  • Project Sirius - New Witcher game from The Molasses Flood
  • Project Polaris - New Witcher trilogy from CD Projekt Red
  • Project Canis Majoris - Story-driven open-world Witcher RPG from a third-party
  • Phantom Liberty - Cyberpunk 2077 expansion from CD Projekt Red
  • Project Orion - Cyberpunk 2077 sequel from CD Projekt Red
There are next to no details known about any of these projects outside of Phantom Liberty. At present, CD Projekt Red has roughly 350 employees working on Phantom Liberty to get it finished for a 2023 release. Project Sirius is billed as an "innovative take on The Witcher universe" from the studio that developed The Flame in the Flood."

Polaris will presumably encompass The Witcher 4/5/6, or whatever CDPR ends up naming them. Canis Majoris will be made by a still unnamed studio led by former Witcher designers at CDPR.

CD Projekt Red suggests that the Witcher trilogy will take at least a six year period to come out. Hadar is still in a conceptual phase. The Cyberpunk sequel doesn't appear to be in any stage of production yet. Given that Cyberpunk 2077 took roughly a decade to be released following its initial announcement, I wouldn't expect to see any of these games, save for Phantom Liberty, any time soon. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of these projects cross over to the next generation of console hardware releases.

One thing also mentioned by CDPR is how they intend to add multiplayer to its upcoming games. Multiplayer was going to be included with Cyberpunk 2077, but with how the team had to focus on actually fixing the game for over two years, the multiplayer component was given the axe.

CD Projekt Red also says that they plan to expand more into mobile gaming and TV. This no doubt stems from the success seen by both The Witcher and Cyberpunk: Edgerunners shows on Netflix. In fact, it was the popularity of Edgerunners that allowed for Cyberpunk 2077 to make a huge resurgence of players.

To help with all of these projects, CDPR says that they are expanding with a new studio in North America. Co-founder and co-CEO Marcin Iwiński is stepping down from his position to become an advisor to the board of directors.