Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, the game director of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has resigned from CD Projekt.
The news of Tomaszkiewicz’s departure comes from a Bloomberg report.
Tomaszkiewicz’s departure was revealed in a company-wide email sent to CD Projekt employees. His resignation was charged after being investigated, and he allegedly bullied others in the workplace.
The investigation found that Tomaszkiewicz did not commit bullying. He said in an email that he understands that many people “feel fear, stress or discomfort when working with me.” Then, he apologized for “all the bad blood I caused.”
Tomaszkiewicz was the game director of The Witcher 3 and its expansion. He also participated in two other “Witcher” games, and served as the director and production lead in “Cyberpunk 2077”.
As GI.biz pointed out, reports of low morale and austerity controversy have plagued CD Projekt for some time. Speaking of the latter, the company’s CEO Adam Kicinski recently sent an email to CD Projekt Red employees and apologized for the remarks about the austerity call for investors.
The company is currently working hard to make “Cyberpunk 2077” achieve the best results, and recently released a patch for the game. Kicinski also plans to make many other updates, stating that the game will be repaired and put into a state where the team can be “proud of it” so that CDP can successfully sell it “in the next few years.”
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