It is now well known that ad Andrzej Sapkowski they don't really care about video games or that a company like CD Projekt Red used its series of novels The Witcher to make some increasingly successful titles. He didn't believe that games were so important and he had no idea that the latest CD Project Red title earned so much. All this did not prevent him from trying to renegotiate the agreements made more than once, a source of frustration and disagreement between the author and CDPR. Now, finally, it seems that the writer's software house have signed a new agreement and they are so returned on good terms.
CD Projekt Red announced the new agreement between the parties on December 20 2019. Nothing is revealed about the economic details of the deal, how much CDPR should give or what Sapkowski offered in return.
Much of the problem stemmed from the fact that Sapkowski had licensed the name The Witcher for an initial figure rather than a percentage over time. He never imagined that The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings would become a hit and that The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt far outweighed him by receiving awards and praise all over the world.
The brand has received new life in recent days thanks to the splendid series created by Netflix in which the Strigo is played by Henry Cavill. Now that peace has been made, all that remains is to wait for Cyberpunk 2077's publications, hoping that the company will also return to deal with The Witcher, perhaps with a fourth chapter of the series.