The Witcher 2 developer CD Projekt Red has ceased the teasers and revealed the first information on its next big game.
During its Summer Conference today the developer announced it's working on a "triple-A game based on the cult classic 'Cyberpunk' pen & paper RPG system created by Mike Pondsmith", who is himself involved in the project.
In the tentatively titled 'Cyberpunk' game, "players will experience the world through their own, unique characters chosen from different classes - be they blood-thirsty mercenaries or cunning hackers who they will equip with vast choice of cybernetic implants and deadly weapons," explains CDPR.
It adds, "As in The Witcher series, players will face morally ambiguous choices, their actions influencing events in the world at large and the fate of the individuals they encounter."
The game's in development at a new team within CDPR, apparently "composed of veterans from the Witcher franchise".
The developer offered no release date or screens, but it did release another piece of concept art to go with the teaser image from yesterday.