Witcher Three director leaves CD Projekt following investigation into office bullying • Eurogamer.web

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Apologises “for all of the dangerous blood I’ve precipitated”.

Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, who served as recreation director on CD Projekt’s acclaimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has resigned from the corporate following an investigation into office bullying.

As reported by Bloomberg, Tomaszkiewicz had been the main focus of a months-long investigation into allegations of bullying at CD Projekt.

Regardless of the investigation in the end discovering him not responsible, Tomaszkiewicz informed co-workers in an electronic mail saying his resignation, as seen by Bloomberg, “lots of people are feeling worry, stress or discomfort when working with me.”

He went on to apologise “for all of the dangerous blood I’ve precipitated”, noting his departure had been made in settlement with the studio’s board.

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“I’m going to proceed engaged on myself,” Tomaszkiewicz continued. “Altering behaviour is a protracted and arduous course of, however I am not giving up, and I hope to vary.”

Tomaszkiewicz started his profession at CD Projekt in 2004, working as a junior tester, and was concerned in all three Witcher video games – beginning out as a designer on the primary instalment earlier than rising by means of the ranks to grow to be recreation director on The Witcher Three and its expansions.

He most just lately served as secondary director and head of manufacturing on the beleaguered Cyberpunk 2077, and was anticipated to play a significant function within the subsequent Witcher recreation.

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