CD Projekt RED created “The Witcher” with having a trilogy in mind. Given the success of the franchise, however, the Polish video game developer is now considering the idea of expanding the world of the action RPG.

On Thursday, a CD Prokekt Red executive revealed that they are thinking of making a sequel to “The Witcher 3.” During a Q&A session after the company’s results briefing, the executive said, “‘The Witcher’ was designed as a trilogy and a trilogy cannot have a fourth part, can it?" He then added, “We like this world a lot. We invested 15 years of our lives in it and a lot of money. So, we'll think about [making a fourth Witcher game].”

GameSpot reports that while “The Witcher 3” is the final installment to star Geralt of Rivia, it might not be the last game in the famous franchise. Of course, a continuation of Geralt’s story will not make sense to fans, so this could mean that future games in the series will likely focus on a different character.

The executive’s statement about the possibility of another “The Witcher” game comes after it was revealed that the existing games have achieved the milestone of raking in $250 million. The trilogy has also sold over 25 million copies, according to PC Gamer. Considering that the trilogy has achieved major success, it makes sense for the Polish company to expand it.

While the follow-up is still up in the air, CD Projekt intends to focus on the “The Witcher” brand, specifically on “Gwent: The Witcher Card Game.” “This year we will continue to expand ‘The Witcher’ brand — it is, after all, the year of Gwent. We’re in the process of organizing the game’s first major tournament, with a $100,00 prize pool,” CD Prokekt President Adam Kicinski said. “Another crucial round of beta tests will commence in spring, with the retail release to follow in the second half of 2017.”

Aside from “Gwent,” the team is shifting its focus to “Cyberpunk 2077.” “The past 10 years the team has been working on swords and castles and medieval Slavic monsters. So I think it’s time for some guns, androids and some ammo,” CD Projekt’s Marcin Iwinski said.

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The Witcher 3 CD Projekt Red has opened up about possibly making a follow-up to “The Witcher 3.”