We Went Inside The Cyberpunk 2077/The Witcher Game Studio And It Did Not Disappoint

After attending a preview event for Square Enix’s upcoming co-op shooter, Outriders (which we’ll have a bunch of coverage out for soon), we were treated to a studio tour of CD Projekt Red, the studio behind the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher franchise.

Upon entering their offices, you can find the Collector’s Edition statues for both The Witcher III and Cyberpunk 2077 (in huge forms). The Cyberpunk 2077 statue is incredibly detailed and entirely 3D printed. Interestingly enough, if you’re lucky enough and happen to be in Poland, you can head into their offices and see these for yourself.

As we walked through the studio, each boardroom is themed from a part of CD Projekt Red’s history. So for instance, you have a Cyberpunk themed one (which you can see below), there’s a Gwent one, one for The Witcher and an insane archive room where they’ve got all of the board game equivalents and collectives for the games that they have created.

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There’s magazine walls for each of their games, so you’ve got walls dedicated to The Witcher 1 and 2 (including the Playboy cover, where the first time a CGI character was an official playmate), The Witcher 3 magazine wall and a Cyberpunk magazine wall.

The toilets have Ciri and Geralt signage, which was cool to see (and a nice touch to their most popular characters) and there’s GOG and The Witcher art work all over the wall.

We got a brief look at the Cyberpunk development area, where there were neon signs and cool Cyberpunk areas, which is what you’d expect. What is immensely evident, is just how much these studios care about the game worlds that they have created. The little details that you’ll find in their games are littered throughout the office.

Enjoy some of the 50+ photos that we took below. It doesn’t quite deliver the feeling of being inside one of the most popular studios, but hopefully there’s a few little cool tidbits that you can take from it.