Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, the supervisor of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, CD Projekt Red’s most effective video game, has resigned, according to records from Bloomberg. According to an email Bloomberg acquired, CD Projekt Red had actually been carrying out a months-long investigating reports that Tomaszkiewicz had actually been setting upon, a Polish workplace term for intimidation, various other staff participants. In the e-mail, Tomaszkiewicz created that a payment had been formed to examine the accusations as well as had determined that he was not guilty.
Despite being discovered not guilty, “a great deal of individuals are really feeling fear, stress or discomfort when collaborating with me,” he composed in the e-mail. Tomaszkiewicz additionally apologized to personnel “for all the negative blood I have actually created.”
Tomaszkiewicz was expected to have a substantial function in the advancement of the next Witcher video game. Tomaszkiewicz validated his departure to Bloomberg, saying he was “depressing, a bit disappointed as well as resigned.”
It’s a massive strike to a business that has actually been reeling since the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk2077, on which Tomaszkiewicz was the second director and head of manufacturing, in December of in 2014. The game ran well on PC yet was buggy as well as nearly unplayable on gaming consoles, which caused Sony to draw the video game from the PlayStation Shop and Microsoft to use full reimbursements to anybody to purchased the video game from the Microsoft Shop.
CD Projekt Red personally reimbursed 30,000 duplicates of the games. Total loses on reimbursements are reported to be even more than $50 million, however it’s tough to really feel also bad for CD Projekt Red.
As for Tomaszkiewicz, he hopes to change. “I am mosting likely to continue dealing with myself,” he created in the abovementioned e-mail. “Changing habits is a long and also arduous procedure, however I’m not giving up, and also I hope to transform.”