Cyberpunk 2077 loses its lead gameplay designer that’s worked for CD Projekt for the past eight years for unknown reasons.
Left before fixing the game
Cyberpunk 2077 is still in a rough state. However, updates are slowly patching the game up. The upcoming patch 1.2 will deal with bad driving controls, cops teleporting, and other major issues. Still, a lot more work awaits the Cyberpunk 2077 team if they wish to right all their wrongs.
Which in itself is a tremendous task. CDPR lied, manipulated, and spat in the face of their fans with this release. That’s not something easily remedied. Yet, certain entitled gamers went far beyond human decency and compassion to express their anger. Remember the death threats sent to the devs because of the delays?
Could the death threats be the reason for Andrzej’s resignation?
Perhaps this is the reason for Andrzej Zawadzki’s surprising departure. It may seem inconsequential to us, but I don’t think anyone likes getting death threats. Especially for something these people couldn’t affect in any way.
But, the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 lost its lead gameplay designer three months after the game launched is worrying. We will have to see how the upcoming patches polish and improve this grandiose ARPG. CDPR has a lot of capable people working at their studio, so the loss of the lead gameplay designer shouldn’t be that big of an issue.
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