Poland's leading video game producer CD Projekt has expressed its satisfaction with pre-orders for Phantom Liberty, an add-on to its blockbuster Cyberpunk 2077.
Based on the New Testament and entitled I Am Jesus Christ, the first person game sees players walk in the footsteps of the Messiah in an “incredible retelling of the story of Christ from birth to resurrection” and “perform amazing miracles, interact with a cast of biblical figures and travel around the Holy Land from Jerusalem to Galilee.”
VIDEO: Set during the Polish-Bolshevik War and based on source materials and historical exhibits to ensure accuracy, Gra Szyfrów challenges users to become ‘heroes of Polish intelligence’ by breaking Bolshevik ciphers, safeguarding radio communication lines and neutralizing an armoured train.
The report, 'Development prospects for the entertainment industry and media in Poland 2021-2025', highlights how each sector of the industry was affected by the pandemic and how they are recovering.
Describing the game as a “poignant slice of Polish culture”, video game critic and reviewer Robert Zak said: “Amid all these Polish made games, few have depicted Poland itself. The Medium breaks this unfortunate tradition beautifully.”
“Cyberpunk 2077”, an eagerly anticipated Polish-made role-playing video game, was played by over a million people in just four hours on Thursday morning after debuting on the Steam online platform at midnight GMT.
Marek Kamiński was the first person in history to reach both the North Pole and the South Pole in one year.
Polish video game producers are experiencing a period of rapid development, and the pandemic is only helping. Their stock values, as listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), have rebounded significantly after the pandemic, writes the Rzeczpospolita daily on Thursday.
Called Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, the series will be based on Projekt Red’s hotly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 game.
The gaming giant whose market capitalisation reached 8.03 billion Euros on the Warsaw Stock Exchange this week, has now overtaken Paris-based industry heavyweight Ubisoft.