CD Projekt Red's managing director Adam Badowski has hinted that fans of The Witcher won't have to wait too long for the next chapter in Geralt's story.
Asked if we'll have to wait another four years for The Witcher 3 - which has yet to be officially announced - he told Rock, Paper Shotgun the studio is growing in experience and expanding by taking on more talent, which should help speed up the development of future games.
"It's no secret that we're constantly hiring. Our team will soon number 100, of which almost 10 percent come from outside of Poland.
"We're gaining experience, our technology is becoming more and more complete every week, every month. And we're definitely looking for ways to optimise and reduce development time.
"Given all that, our next game should take us less time to create overall," Badowski added. "Of course, other factors will come into play. If, for example, we decide to produce an expansion, that may slow the process down a bit."
CD Projekt Red's currently putting together an Xbox 360 version of The Witcher 2, which Badowski describes as an '"adaptation" rather than a port, with some "some interesting additions and changes".
Having released for PC on May 17, The Witcher 2 was approaching one million sales by the end of August.