Dec 17, 2016 08:45 AM EST

Techland Hiring A Former Lead Designer Of Red Projekt: What Should Gamers Expect In The Upcoming Game?

Damien Monnier the developer of our favorite and trending fantasy game "Witcher 3" has declared his transition from his current company Red Projekt to join Techland Company. In Techland he will be in Dying light studio to create a new gaming project as he confirmed in a tweet.

Damien is entitled as the lead designer for the new project they will be working on. According to Gamespot, Techland have an enormous ambition of developing games that will comprise of people's views, input, skills and knowledge so as to bring those ideas to life through their games.

The next project Techland will be working on is a world fantasy game of which more details have not been released yet. The game will be both co-operational multi player and single player game. The team at Techland is very excited to work with Damien Monnier and hope that working with him will help the company grow and reach more people in the world of gaming.

Reasons as to why Monnier left Red project (his former company) is still unknown but Red Projekt acknowledge his role in the company and respect his decision. As per Red project Monnier's decision to leave is personal and are not objecting it.

As reported by Gameranx, the company which Damien Monnier has moved to (Techland) is located in Warsaw Poland which is also the location of his former company Red Projekt. The representative from Red Projekt thinks that their former lead designer has not moved too far from them.

Monnier is a very successful developer known for designing championing great games. His success as observed in the game the "Witcher" which he began with series since 2012 to 2016. Another successful game from Damien is the "Gwent" that was released this summer and is still trending. Damien Monnier has also worked with Sony as game level and designer and always proved to be a prominent and successful developer of fantasy and unbelievable games.

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