An error has occurred
warning

An error has occurred
error

An error has occurred
help

ZeroLives.com serves cookies to personalise content, show advertisements and to analyse our traffic. Information about your use of this website may be shared with third parties.
More information OK
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt RED receives $7 million from Polish research fund
CyberPunk 2077
by
Raymond Bakker
Monday December 19th 2016 - 16:45 GMT
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt RED receives $7 million from Polish research fund
by
Raymond Bakker
Monday 19 December 2016 - 16:45 GMT

The Polish National Center for Research of Development, the implementing agency of the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education, has granted a request for funding from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt RED.


The video game developer submitted requests for funding through the GameINN programme earlier this year to be able to research several game development goals. A part of the programme's fund was granted last Friday.
The GameINN programme was created at the request of the Polish Video Games Agreement, a group of several video game developers.

The resources available under GameINN programme are to be used for the design and development of technologies such as the construction of cross-platform graphic engines, real images mapping, 3D modelling for the needs of vast virtual worlds or the application of artificial Intelligence in video games.

With the roughly $7 million US dollar funds CD Projekt RED hopes to do research on several different aspects of video game development, including city creation, seamless multiplayer, cinematic feel and animation excellence.

Several other Polish game developers have also had their requsts for funding approved, with Shadow Warrior 2 developer Wild Hog receiving nearly $1 million US dollar for the development of its RoadHog 2 game engine and Dead Island developer Techland receiving roughly equal amounts for developing a prototype for an RPG game.

CD Projekt RED will most likely make use of the received funds to further the development of the previously announced role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077.
Source: Wccftech
Read more about
CyberPunk 2077 PC Xbox One PlayStation 4 Industry
About the author
Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality, IT news and legal news and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

Weekly newsletter
close
ZeroLives.com
Get the official mobile app