Did you know that back in 2002 our studio was originally located in Łódź?
Just about one year later CD PROJEKT RED relocated to Jagiellońska street in Warsaw, where our headquarters remain to this day.
Did you know that you can have a look inside the Warsaw CD PROJEKT RED studio at any time?
Visitors aren't normally allowed beyond the reception area. However, thanks to the power of the Internet you can take a virtual tour of our studio in Google Street View!
Did you know that our Warsaw studio started in a single room?
We've since expanded to the entire floor, the whole building, the neighboring one, and so on — until finalizing purchasing the full campus in 2019! Where will we expand next? We're thinking upwards!
Did you know that you can find us in our games?
Not just in the credits! Some NPCs wear faces of selected REDs involved in production. Examples include Roderick de Wett in The Witcher, Barnabas-Basil Foulty in The Witcher 3, and El Cesar in Cyberpunk 2077!
Did you know that our games are full of people who helped along the way?
And not just REDs, either! Our community is referenced in tons of places, for example: the credits, in-game notes, NPCs, and even some Night City street names, to name a few!
Did you know that we use codenames to talk about projects before they're released?
For example: "Lava" meant REDengine, GWENT used to be called "Seawolf", and when REDs discussed "R6" they meant Cyberpunk 2077.
Did you know that the creature in our logo is called the Raróg?
While visually inspired by a Northern Cardinal, it's actually a small firebird from Slavic mythology believed to bring people luck. It symbolizes the inner fire, the passion, that drives us.
Did you know that not all inhabitants of the CD PROJEKT RED offices are human?
A number of REDs bring their dogs to the office, too! Before dogs can become "RED companions", their owners must make sure that their closest coworkers don't mind a canine presence.
Did you know that the "RED" in our name is closely related to our Łódź origins?
It's a reference to the color of bricks in our first office. The "CD PROJEKT" was inherited from our parent company, where "CD" referred to the compact discs games it was trading.