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Leading Mind Behind Cyberpunk 2077 And The Witcher Leaves Studio After 15 Years

Jdrzej Mróz leaves the team after spending a decade and a half working on projects including the first The Witcher and ultimately Cyberpunk 2077.

Jdrzej Mróz, the Cyberpunk 2077 production director, has made the decision to break ways with CD Projekt Red and has posted a heartfelt farewell statement on their LinkedIn profile. Fans are most familiar with The Witcher series, even though the studio's most recent game—an open-world sci-fi RPG—went down as one of the worst releases in gaming history.


Cyberpunk 2077, a science fiction game starring Keanu Reeves, has gotten a number of upgrades and has been improving, with a number of significant fixes coming out and some DLC going live fairly recently, despite the response the game received when it initially released at the end of 2020.

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Mróz's decision to depart CD Projekt Red is unknown, as is their future plan. IdleSloth84, a Twitter user, discovered the news and cited the original LinkedIn article as the source. The Cyberpunk 2077 production director only expressed gratitude to the studio for keeping them on board for the last 15 years, calling the period "amazing."


They joined the group in 2007 when the company was only beginning to make video games and was about to release the first The Witcher game, according to a report from VGC. At that time, Mróz joined the group as a QA expert before progressing to finally take over as Cyberpunk's production director.


At the time this article was written, CDPR had not yet commented on Mróz's resignation or the decision to leave his job unfilled. In any event, it appears that the studio is continuing to work. The final patch for Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4 and Xbox One has begun rolling out, and yesterday saw the release of DLC for the game. A game with a lot of replay value is Cyberpunk 2077, which has a huge universe, a ton of side missions, and fresh DLC. Although it may have been a bit of a broken mess at first, the developer has fixed a long list of bugs. The departure of the game's production director means Mróz won't be around for the new The Witcher game, but no doubt CDPR will have someone in mind to help run the project.


Source: VGC - LinkedIn

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