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Job ad may point to The Witcher Sirius getting co-op



In October, we learned that CD Projekt Red has five different Witcher games in the works, one of which is codenamed Sirius. It is being developed by the acquired studio The Molasses Flood and will include both single player and multiplayer, but we have not received any information about what kind of game it is.

The Molasses Flood is also getting help with the project from CDPR themselves, and now the latter is looking for a senior multiplayer designer to work with The Molasses Flood on "their own ambitious project", which would be Sirius.

Most interestingly, though, they're looking for someone with experience designing multiplayer with co-op, since co-op isn't something that's been mentioned before. The job posting also mentions that passion for multiplayer systems is important, such as game modes, class design, player progression, and social activities. The game will be aimed at a wider audience than previous Witcher games, but CDPR has been clear that it is not a mobile game.


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