CD Projekt Red has announced that a remake of the first The Witcher is in the works.

The company announced this in a blog post. The remake will be completely rebuilt on Unreal Engine 5 by the Polish studio Fool’s Theory. CD Projekt Red oversees development. Production of the game is still at an early stage.

The codename of the remake, Canis Majoris, has already been revealed. With that announcement, CD Projekt Red talked about a story-driven, single-player, open-world RPG being developed by a third-party studio made up of people who have worked on The Witcher games before.

“The Witcher is where it all started for us,” studio head Adam Badowski said in a statement. “It was the first game we ever made and that was a big moment for us. Going back to this world and remaking the game for a new generation of gamers feels just as big, maybe even bigger than that.”

The Witcher originally came out on PC in 2007. The game is based on the Saga o wiedźminie book series by fantasy writer Andrzej Sapkowski. The game first introduced main character Geralt of Rivia. It is not yet clear when the remake will be released. “While it will be some time before we are ready to share more about the game, I know it will be worth the wait,” Badowski concluded.