The Witcher video games are based upon the works of celebrated Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, who introduced the world to Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster hunter and created a modern high-fantasy universe in his books consisting of humans, elves, dwarves, vampires and a plethora of species and monsters.
Kicinski concluded by saying: "We have two worlds and we want to create games in those two worlds".
We've used some help from Google Translate here, so this shouldn't be taken verbatim - but the statement equates roughly to: "We have already worked on another single player game".
Both the Witcher and Cyberpunk franchises remain high priorities for CD Projekt, with Kiciński confirming that all future titles in development would be set within these two worlds. "They are ours. We have invested enormous funds into promoting it, and it's a very strong brand".
Cyberpunk 2077 launches September 17 on PS4, PC, Xbox One and Stadia.
It's also unlikely that Geralt would return as the protagonist of a new Witcher game. If a new Witcher game is on the way, it won't be arriving for some time.
I'd say the best option is to have Radovid win since he seems far worse than Emhyr does and would make more sense as a big threat for a new trilogy. We will have to wait for more details about the confirmed title.