Big plans are on the way for CD Projekt RED, as the studio plans to open a U.S. office and also release "two smaller titles" by the end of 2016. The U.S. office will primarily handle marketing and public relations across North and South America, with the U.S. being the focal point. CDP also hopes to begin licensing the REDengine to other developers by 2016, which is good to see.
As for those "two smaller titles," well, CDP plans for them to support one of the main products. Approximate play times on each one is pegged to be 20 hours, but with the same quality as one of the bigger games. Yeah, a smaller title with only 20 hours of play time. Can every developer aim for that?
CD Projekt is also planning for a "cross-platform game on mobile platforms" to tie in with a larger IP, but no specifics were listed. There could be a lot of speculation on that front, but we'll just have to wait and see what CDP has in store. Cyberpunk 2077 would make the most sense from a technological standpoint, though a portable Witcher game would be good, too.
There's a fair amount of other information on CDP's future strategy document (Google Translate required unless you can read Polish), like how The Witcher 3 is confirmed for the PC, PlayStation 4, and a third "strong platform," presumably the future Xbox. The Witcher 3 is going to release simultaneously on those systems in 2014, and feature a game world "35 times greater" than the one in The Witcher 2.