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CD Projekt’s Witcher spin-off ‘Project Sirius’ has new development framework

Earlier this year, CD Projekt Red told investors that it had plans to ‘write off' funds spent on an upcoming game, Project Sirius, as the team plans to reboot and start again. Now, Project Sirius is back on track, CD Projekt has revealed. 

Project Sirius, which is in development at CD Projekt-owned studio, The Molasses Flood, was rebooted following a recent evaluation of its “scope and commercial potential”, CD Projekt told investors in a regulatory note earlier this year. The project has incurred around $10 million in expenses thus far, which will “accordingly burden the company's financial results”.

The studio quickly began work on righting the ship and now, there is “a new framework” in place for development to continue, Eurogamer confirms.

Not much is officially known about this game, but it will feature multiplayer elements in some form and is likely a co-op-focused game, as revealed by previous job ads. Whether or not that has changed still remains to be seen.

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KitGuru Says: Hopefully CD Projekt Red can keep its current slate of projects on track. The studio has expanded a lot and now has multiple major projects on the go at once and these types of expansions don't often come without a new set of challenges. 

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