CD Projekt's New Mobile Studio is Adapting One of its IPs Into... Something

CD Projekt's New Mobile Studio is Adapting One of its IPs Into... Something

Which brand though?

CD Projekt announced a new studio devoted specifically for games targeting mobile devices. Apparently Spokko is working on a new idea based on one of CD Projekt's existing brands, which isn't a big pool to draw from.

"We have known the people behind Spokko for several years. They approached us with an interesting idea based on one of our brands – an idea we decided to invest in," writes CD Projekt Group president Adam Kiciński. CD Projekt Red has a majority stake in Spokko while the remaining shares is in the hands of key personnel of Spokko's development.

It's unknown what brand Spokko pitched their idea for, but considering CD Projekt only has three official brands at the moment – Witcher, Gwent, and CD Projekt Red – it's could be related to one of those three IPs.

Spokko is the new mobile studio in the CD Projekt group.

"We were elated to hear that CD Projekt believes in our idea... We have substantial experience with casual game development, but this time around we want to work on a far more advanced and ambitious project, offering new possibilities for gamers," says Spokko co-creator Maciej Weiss.

CD Projekt Red is currently working on Cyberpunk 2077, a futuristic sci-fi RPG. You can check out our Cyberpunk 2077 guide for the latest previews, news, and trailers.

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