Devs from the CD Projekt Red are working on an online ninja game

Devs from the CD Projekt Red are working on an online ninja game

The Witcher, created by CD Projekt Red, was the company’s first video game to be made available. The mainstream gaming public didn’t start to take notice of the company, though, until the release of The Witcher 2: Assassin Of Kings and The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. Cyberpunk 2077, the most recent game, unfortunately underperformed compared to its predecessor and was famous for debuting in an almost unplayable state. It now seems that some of the CD Projekt Red employees wanted to leave the company in the past.

A new development business called Dark Passenger was co-founded in May by Jacub Ben, a former CD Projekt Red developer. Ben is listed as a developer with CD Projekt Red on his LinkedIn profile; this position lasted for almost five years. He was classified as the company’s Junior Cinematic Artist and Cinematic Artist/Assistant Director. Additionally, he collaborated on Cyberpunk 2077 alongside The Witcher’s creator as RealTime Warriors, Dark Passenger’s previous guise. Dark Passenger is prepared to begin work on a new project while CD Projekt Red is currently developing a fourth installment in the The Witcher series.

The official Dark Passenger Twitter account just announced that it is hiring for a new game in a post. The official website of the creator provided further information about what players may anticipate from the next endeavor. Although it does not yet have a name, it is characterized as an online action game with a ninja theme. The setting of the game, feudal Japan, centers on a time when an unidentified invader overthrew the nation. If the invasion is supernatural or historically grounded, like the Mongols in Ghost of Tsushima, it is currently unknown. The players will take control of ninjas from different houses that are vying for supremacy among themselves and searching for relics that will enable them to face off against the invaders.

There is currently no gameplay video available for the next game from Dark Passenger. The website does make it clear that the game will emphasize both teamwork and competitiveness. There will also be other weapons including katanas, shuriken, kunai throwing knives, and many others. The battle in close quarters could be comparable to that in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The game will also have a sophisticated personalization mechanism that will enable users to design characters that suit their preferences.

In the video game industry, actions like this are by no means unusual. For instance, The Banner Saga video games were developed by Stoic Studio, a gaming studio founded by former BioWare programmers. Similar to how former Telltale Games developers went independent and founded Campo Santo Games, which later produced the 2016 game Firewatch. Hopefully, the new ninja game from Dark Passenger will be a hit and provide hours of fun for players everywhere.

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