one of Cyberpunk 2077Today the lead designer for gameplay, Andrzej Zawadzki, announced that he is leaving CD Projekt Red. The designer worked in the studio for nearly eight years. Zawadzykie did not share why he left, but it is no secret that he was Cyberpunk 2077 It was a rocky launch. We can’t blame him for needing a break.
Zawadzki shared News On Twitter and LinkedIn along with an aerial shot of CyberpunkNight city. “After nearly 8 years, my time at CDPR is over. The time for a new adventure has come.” To everyone I met on the way – thank you, it was such an honor and happiness. ”He said of where the adventure will take my Zwadzki Linkedin He would enjoy some Long Vacations.
Zawadzki started CDPR back in 2013 as a Quality Assurance Lab. He quickly made his way up the ladder over the years to eventually take on the role of lead play designer. In addition to Cyberpunk 2077Zouadzykie had a hand in the test The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt And two DLCs. On his work Cyberpunk 2077 It dates back to 2016. One year ago, it became Zawadzky Cyberpunk 2077Senior designer play.
After nearly 8 years, my time at CDPR is over. Time for a new adventure.
To everyone I met on the way – thank you – it was an honor and happiness.
See you around 🙂 pic.twitter.com/Hts3TE9VzW
– Andrei Zawadzky (@ZawAndy) March 22, 2021
CD Projekt Red fights with Cyberpunk 2077
Even those outside the gaming world are likely to be familiar with it Cyberpunk 2077Disaster release. The RPG faced many delays over the years, but it was not ready to release again in December. CDPR released the game anyway, and players ran into problems from day one. Just one week later, the CDPR was released Apology, He offered refunds and promised to fix glitches in the game.
However, things got worse when the players tried to get their money back. Soon the CDPR’s Polish government concluded Investigation, And developers received death threats from outside the line Cyberpunk Fans. Zwadzky spoke on social media about the threats. “Sending death threats to the developers is totally unacceptable and totally wrong,” he said Wrote On Twitter at the time. “We are human beings, just like you.”