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Witcher 3 director has resigned from CD Projekt Red after bullying claims



The witcher 3 Director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, has resigned from CD Projekt Red after more than 10 years with the developer. According to a Bloomberg report, the study recently launched a comprehensive investigation into the workplace harassment allegations made against Tomaszkiewicz. The investigation reportedly did not find Tomaszkiewicz guilty, but he decided to leave CD Projekt Red anyway.

In an email from Tomaszkiewicz to CD Projekt Red staff, Tomaszkiewicz apologized for causing “bad blood.” He added that he knew that staff felt “fear, stress or discomfort” around him. As such, Tomaszkiewicz decided to walk away from the company, despite having been acquitted of the allegations. According to BloombergIn the report, the CD Projekt Red board agreed with his decision.

“I’m going to keep working on myself,” concluded Tomaszkiewicz in the email. “Changing behavior is a long and arduous process, but I am not going to give up and hope change.”

Tomaszkiewicz was reportedly going to play a very important role in the development of the next version of CD Projekt Red. The Sorcerer delivery. First Warlock 3 director said Bloomberg that he was “sad” for having quit the studio after so many years and projects. Tomaszkiewicz’s LinkedIn profile has 17 years with CD Projekt Red and four games, including all The Sorcerer dues, The witcher 3 DLC and Cyberpunk 2077.

The Witcher 3 director resigned

Changes to CD Projekt Red

CD Projekt Red has experienced some personnel changes and company updates in recent months. Back in march Cyberpunk 2077The longtime lead game designer announced his departure from the company. Andrzej Zawadzki did not provide a reason for leaving the development studio. However, he revealed that he was going on a “long vacation” after Cyberpunk 2077Tumultuous launch.

Shortly after Zawadzki’s departure, CD Projekt Red announced that it had launched a plan to improve its strategies. This plan includes not only marketing changes, but also some workplace changes. CD Projekt Red said it was looking for a better work environment and cross-functional teams with a focus on avoiding burnout. By 2022, fans can check out a new CD Projekt Red.

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