Cyberpunk 2077 lead gameplay designer leaves CD Projekt Red

Andrzej Zawadzki began on Cyberpunk as a lesser fashioner in 2016.

Andrzej Zawadzki, a lead ongoing interaction creator on Cyberpunk 2077, has reported that he will leave CD Projekt Red after almost eight years with the studio.

Zawadzki declared his takeoff on Twitter, saying, “After right around 8 years, my time at CDPR has reached a conclusion. It’s the ideal opportunity for the new experience. To each individual I’ve met in transit – thank you :) It was an honor and delight. See you around :)”

Zawadzki joined CD Projekt Red as a QA analyzer, chipping away at The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and its DLC Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine. As per his LinkedIn, he was then given the job of Junior Gameplay Designer in 2016 and started chipping away at Cyberpunk 2077. Over the span of its turn of events, Zawadzki took on various jobs including RPG Coordinator, prior to turning into the game’s Senior Gameplay Designer in March 2020.

At the point when passing dangers started circling around Cyberpunk 2077’s wild improvement cycle, Zawadzki was quite possibly the most vocal people from CDPR to react, telling his supporters that the dangers were “totally inadmissible and simply unacceptable,” adding “we are individuals, actually like you.”

It appears Zawadzki is requiring some investment being, telling individual designer Kyle Rowley that he’s taking “extended vacations.” He has not given a justification his takeoff.