CD Projekt will keep its independence: the company after The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 'is not for sale'
Almost a year ago since the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, the last game of the Polish developer, CD Project Red, and after having lived a whole technical tragedy in consoles, the title in its version of PC has known, little to Little, recover the confidence of the players in Steam. The CEO of the company, Adam Kaminski, has spoken with the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita in an interview of which Eco NGC has been done, about the future of CD Project and the possibility of receiving new external investment.
For years, we have said that we plan to remain independent and that we do not intend to be part of a larger entity, we are not looking for a strategic investor, Kaminski assured. Although the Polish company does not intend to be part of any Another business group, sometimes we have been able to see in the industry more aggressive movements.
We plan to remain independent Adam Kaminski One of the most sounded examples of battles by acquire companies by large entities was given with the case of Vivaldi and Ubisoft, where the giant Gallo of entertainment tried for years to take The control of Ubisoft. Given the possibility of living something similar, Kaminski has been very quiet, ensuring that they have tools for defend themselves from that kind of actions.
Undoubtedly Kaminski has shown itself at the time of Close the door to any type of investment that could be done We danger the company's autonomy, while the recent movements of the Poles have been given in the direction Opposite, with ambitious growth plans that go through the purchase of studies such as The Molasses Flood, and the interest to expand its franchises.