Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, the director of The Witcher 3, has resigned from CD Projekt following office bullying allegations, which he denies.
As reported by Bloomberg, CD Projekt had been conducting a “months-long investigation in to accusations of mobbing, a Polish time period for workplace bullying,” in opposition to Tomaszkiewicz. The fee that was shaped to research these allegations discovered him not responsible, however Tomaszkiewicz determined to nonetheless depart the corporate as there was clear discomfort between him and different members of the studio.
“Nonetheless, lots of people are feeling concern, stress or discomfort when working with me,” he wrote. He apologized to employees “for all of the dangerous blood I’ve prompted.”
“I’m going to proceed engaged on myself,” he continued. “Altering conduct is a protracted and arduous course of, however I’m not giving up, and I hope to vary.”
In line with his LinkedIn profile, he joined CD Projekt as a junior tester in February 2004 to work on The Witcher, and has labored on all three Witcher video games and was the Design Director, VP of Recreation Growth, Secondary Recreation Director, and Head of Manufacturing on Cyberpunk 2077.
Bloomberg notes that Tomaszkiewicz was set to play a big role in CD Projekt’s next Witcher game. When Bloomberg reached out to him for a remark, he mentioned he was “unhappy, a bit disillusioned and resigned.”
That is one other entry within the the fallout following Cyberpunk 2077’s troublesome launch, together with the poor performance issues on last-gen consoles and a targeted cyberattack. These troubles led to Cyberpunk 2077 being removed from the PlayStation Store on December 17, 2020. It has but to return.
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