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CD Projekt Red launches a new studio to support Cyberpunk 2077

Andy Chalk

At the start of 2017, former Techland COO Pawel Zawodny launched a new indie studio called Strange New Things, with a team assembled from other former Techland employees as well as ex-staffers from IO Interactive and CD Projekt Red. The goal at the time was to create "something that comes from 'us'," Zawodny said, although the exact nature of that "something" wasn't made clear: The "Project" section of the studio's website was more of a placeholder than anything else.

But whatever that something was, it's apparently now off the table, and so for that matter is Strange New Things because CD Projekt announced today that it has acquired and re-christened the studio as CD Projekt Red Wrocław, to support the development of Cyberpunk 2077. "Aside from their immense technological knowledge and artistic flair, the core team of CD Projekt Red Wrocław are just great people," CD Projekt Red boss Adam Badowski said.

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