CD Projekt Red Hires Creators of Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk Mod Tools

A group of developers behind the WolvenKit modding tool for The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 have been hired by CD Projekt Red.

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phoenixwing47d ago

more developer companies should do this instead of trying to shut down devs who add to games

TheColbertinator47d ago

Rockstar Games and Bethesda come to mind. Their modder ideas are better than the DLC those 2 produce.

UltraNova47d ago (Edited 47d ago )

That's all good for both the publishers and modders that get hired, but what does it mean for the quality of the modding scene when talented modders get absorbed by publishers in the long run?

TheColbertinator46d ago


There will always be new modders and new ideas. Many mod ideas are from licensed properties like anime or other games. Bethesda and Rockstar will likely back off on getting those mods because of licensing issues.

Also some modders just do it for fun as a side project, not an employment application.

Smok9146d ago

It’s going to be like capitalism. People with the talent will find a way.

zacfoldor47d ago (Edited 47d ago )

Great move. Seems obvious. If someone you respect can improve your game in some ways you didn't think of, hire them. Talent added.