Chief game designer of cyberpunk 2077 leaves

Recently, the chief game designer of cyberpunk 2077, Andrzej Zawadzki, announced that he would leave cdpr to start a new adventure after nearly eight years in the studio.

Zawadzki announced his departure on twitter, saying: “after nearly eight years, my work at cdpr is over. It’s time for a new adventure. I want to say to my colleagues in the studio – thank you. It’s my pleasure and pleasure. See you later. “

Chief game designer of cyberpunk 2077 leaves

Zawadzki joined cdpr as a QA Tester, dedicated to wizard 3 and its DLC “heart of stone” and “blood and wine”. In 2016, he was appointed as a junior game designer and began to participate in the development of cyberpunk 2077. During the development of the project, Zawadzki held many positions, including RPG coordinator. He was appointed senior game designer in March 2020.

Chief game designer of cyberpunk 2077 leaves

Zawadzki received a death threat after many ticket jumps in cyberpunk 2077. He told followers that sending death threats to developers “is absolutely unacceptable and totally wrong,” adding that “we are ordinary people, just like everyone else.”

It seems Zawadzki needs to take a break. He told his colleague Kyle Rowley that he was taking a “long holiday”, but did not give a reason to leave.