Cyberpunk 2077's Senior Game Designer has left CD Projekt Red.
Andrzej Zawadzki, formerly a QA tester on Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, announced he was moving on in a tweet but didn't disclose any reasons for the change.
"After almost 8 years, my time at CDPR has come to an end," he said. "It's time for the new adventure. To every person I've met on the way - thank you :) It was an honor and pleasure. See you around :)"
Read more: Cyberpunk 2077 1.2: Everything we know
Cyberpunk 2077's Senior Gameplay Designer Has Left Developer CD Projekt Red
Zawadzki had assumed the role of Senior Game Designer in March 2020, a few months before the game's eventual release date. He had, however, been part of the project since 2016.
When Cyberpunk 2077 launched and fans began sending death threats to the studio, Zawadzki described the threats as “absolutely unacceptable and just wrong”.
For now, Zawadzki has expressed an interest in taking a long holiday.
As for Cyberpunk 2077, its 1.2 patch was detailed in a new video released yesterday.
The patch was initially due by now, but was delayed following a serious security breach which saw CD Projekt Red's source code for several games, including Cyberpunk 2077, sold via the dark web.
For more articles like this, take a look at our Cyberpunk 2077 page.