At a time when CD Projekt RED is working hard to fix all the problems encountered with Cyberpunk 2077, today we learn that Andrzej Zawadzki, one of the main gameplay designers for Cyberpunk 2077 has announced that he left the Polish studio after almost eight years working with the studio.

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In the tweet you can see many of his colleagues saying goodbye, although the reason for his departure is unknown, since it is not clear if he has been fired or has decided to leave the studio after what happened with Cyberpunk 2077, he even received death threats after generating the huge snowball with a game full of defects. As he responded to Kyle Rowley, who worked on Cyberpunk 2077 and is now the director of an unannounced game for Remedy, he will be taking “a long vacation” for now.

Andrzej Zawadzki joined CD Projekt RED as a QA tester, working on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and its Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine DLC. According to his LinkedIn, in 2016 he was assigned the role of junior game designer and started working on Cyberpunk 2077. Throughout its development, he took on different roles, such as RPG coordinator, before becoming lead gameplay designer of the game in March 2020.

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