CD Projekt RED is looking for help to test its
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CD Projekt RED is looking for help to test its future games among regular gamers

Polish studio CD Projekt RED (Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher series) announced the launch of the initiative RED play testin which ordinary players can test the company’s future projects.

    Image source: CD Projekt RED

Image source: CD Projekt RED

CD Projekt RED selects video game and contemporary pop culture enthusiasts aged 16+ “a unique opportunity to play the latest games” Studios during their development and share their impressions with the makers.

To sign up as a volunteer, you need to fill out through your GOG account special shape. At this time, tests are conducted in English only at the studio’s Polish (Warsaw) and North American (Boston, Vancouver) offices.

    Screenshots of the console versions of Cyberpunk 2077 at launch went around the world

Screenshots of the console versions of Cyberpunk 2077 at launch went around the world

It’s worth noting that we’re talking about volunteering – they won’t pay tester players. In addition, test participants are prohibited (non-disclosure agreement) from sharing details and images from the tested projects.

The latest releases from CD Projekt RED initially left a lot to be desired in terms of technical implementation, so the help of the players can be useful – especially when other partners let you down.

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