The Polish government has just awarded Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt Red a grant of $7 million.
Realizing that CD Projekt Red is the best thing to come out of Poland since Kielbasa, the Polish government has awarded the Witcher 3 developer a grant to the tune of 30 million zloty ($7 million US) according to a report from WCCFTech. If we look at CDPR's proposal to the Polish government, it tells us a little about what it plans to do with that money, which includes some really cool stuff like "seamless multiplayer".
Here's what the studio wrote:
Comprehensive technology for the creation of "live", playable in real-time, cities of great scale based on the principles of artificial intelligence and automation and taking into account the development of innovative processes and tools supporting the creation of high-quality open world games.
Comprehensive technology enables the creation of unique gameplay for many players, taking into account the search of opponents, session management, replication facilities, and support of a variety of game modes along with a unique set of dedicated tools.
Comprehensive technology for providing a unique, film quality RPG with open world, also taking into account innovative solutions Process and unique set of dedicated tools.
Comprehensive technology enabling a significant increase in quality and production of complex face and body animations for open world RPG games, also taking into account the innovative process solutions and a unique set of dedicated tools.
So there you go! Right now, the studio is hard at work on Cyberpunk 2077, and this grant application gives us a look at what we may be able to expect in the game.