A four year strategy plan for Polish developer CD Projekt, revealed by one of the main investors in the company, shows that the company has a yet unannounced video game in development which will be launched on two platforms during 2012.
The company is also planning to put out the much talked about Xbox 360 version of its role playing game The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
, during the first fiscal quarter of the year, which means that no latter than March 2012 console gamers should have access to that impressive experience.
The secret project, which does not have a name and has not been officially talked about by the developers, will be launched later during the year and will appear on two gaming platforms, presumably the PC and the Xbox 360.
The four year strategy plan also talks about two new AAA titles that are slated to be released before the end of 2015.
The document does not make it clear whether CD Projekt
is working on two new original intellectual properties or whether the two titles will be linked to The Witcher series.
The developers will also continue to work on its proprietary RED Engine, making sure that it keeps up with new technology and possible new gaming consoles, and will also create other development tools.
After the launch of The Witcher 2 on the PC the team behind the role playing game said that it had plans to launch new content for it soon, although it has not since laid out any concrete plans and it's not clear whether they are aiming for a series of smaller downloadable content pieces or a full on expansion.
The Witcher 2 is a compelling, deep game that manages to offer a lot of meaningful choices to gamers while also refining the combat system seen in the first title in the franchise.