The Witcher 3 director and other former CD Projekt employees have founded a new studio, Rebel Wolves, to work on an “AAA dark fantasy” role-playing game.
Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, who also worked at Cyberpunk 2077 as head of production and secondary director, announced the decision in a press release. His new study will focus on “AAA Development Studies Enrollment Alignment and Achievement of All Team Goals.”
In a statement, Tomaszkiewicz said: “For the entire Rebel Wolves team, video games are something that we have always intended to create…We are developing a video game that we would like to play the way we should have made games.”
“We want to evolve the cRPG genre by creating unforgettable stories and moving with deep emotions,” Tomaszkiewicz continued, “all while working as a tightly-knit team with a common goal and ambition.”
“Collectively, we see Rebel Wolves as a place where experienced developers can rediscover their passion, where they can focus on their creations and turn all their love into an addictive, ambitious title that is one that cares about the other.”
This post was taken over by Jakub Szama & lstrok; ek, narrative director and lead writer at Rebel Wolves.
“To be able to make really great games, we can’t follow trends or numbers,” says Szamał ek. “We have our clear and precise goal: to create memorable games, tell moving stories and generate visual emotions… I want to work on titles that people will remember.”
Alongside Tomaszkiewicz and Szama & lstrok; ek, Rebel Wolves will be joined by design director Daniel Sadowski, animation director Tamara Zawada, art director Bartł omiej Gawe & lstrok;, CFO Micha & lstrok; Boryka and studio director Robert Murzynowski, who has worked on titles such as Cyberpunk, Thronebreaker, Shadow Warrior 2 or The Witcher trilogy.
The first Rebel Wolves game will be an “AAA dark fantasy game created with the Unreal 5 engine”, which will be part of a saga.