Witcher 3 director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz has resigned from CD Projekt Red following an internal investigation into alleged harassment in the workplace, Bloomberg reports. Tomaszkiewicz, who was the game’s secondary director and production manager at Cyberpunk 2077, denied the allegations, but apologized “for all the bad blood I caused” in an email to CD Projekt staff.
In an email Bloomberg said they had seen, Tomashkevich said a commission had been set up to investigate allegations of harassment in the workplace and that he had been cleared. “Nevertheless, many people experience fear, stress or discomfort when working with me,”
Tomaszkiewicz has worked for CD Projekt since 2004, starting as a junior tester and then a designer for The Witcher 1, before leading a quest designer for The Witcher 2 and a game director for The Witcher 3.
In March, CD Projekt Red announced plans to restructure its teams to support the simultaneous development of their two main series, The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077. This was part of their efforts to correct after the buggy, frustrating launch of Cyberpunk – which nevertheless 13 million copies were sold.
The company continued to update and update Cyberpunk 2077, with the latest update released last week.