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CD Projekt signs new deal for The Witcher rights

 The agreement with the author of the book "defines a framework for the future"

CD Projekt has signed a new agreement with Andrzej Sapkowski, the author of The Witcher books, which will see both parties continue to work together.

In a statement, they said that the agreement "sets a framework for future cooperation between the two sides."

It also gives CD Projekt new rights, and also confirms the company’s ownership of The Witcher intellectual property in video games, graphic novels, board games, and merchandise.

“We have always been impressed by the work of Mr. Andrzej Sapkowski - a great inspiration for the team here at CD Projekt Red,” says President Adam Kissky. "I think today marks a new stage in our ongoing relationship."

Polish developer CD Projekt has worked with The Witcher license for more than 15 years and recently released The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015.

 The agreement with the author of the book "defines a framework for the future"

The developer of Wild Hunt is one of the best selling installments of the series so far, according to its developer, and represents more than half of the series of 40 million copies sold, as of 2019.

The first live season is Infinix Spread that was released this month.

Netflix describes The Witcher as “an epic tale of fate and family. The story of the intertwined fates of three people in the vast world of the continent, where humans, elves, witches, diamonds, and monsters fight for survival and prosperity, and where good and evil are not easily recognized.”

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The Witcher season 2 also consists of eight episodes, and production will start in London in early 2020, before its first planned appearance in 2021.

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