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4 Major Developers of Cyberpunk 2077 left CD Projekt RED

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After the success with The Witcher: Wild Hunt, the Polish studio CD Projekt RED earned the respect and admiration of millions of fans around the world and many members of the industry.


So since the announcement of their next project, Cyberpunk 2077, fans have been waiting for what will come and the expectation is very high after achieving success with the series of The Witcher. However, the development could go through a period of turbulence as 4 major developers participating in the game left the studio.

According to a report, 4 developers who were a member of the team in charge of Cyberpunk 2077 left the studio at the same time, something that appears in their LinkedIn profiles.

In this way, Mateusz Piaskiewicz, the head of level design, Derek Patterson, the gameplay producer, Ovidiu Traian Vasilescu, the project manager and the studio veteran Michael Stec who worked as an art producer of Cyberpunk 2077, revealed that they are no longer part of the development team of the next title.

These 4 creatives have marked this September as the last month in which they worked for the Polish studio and beginning October 2017 they have linked to other projects of different companies.

At the moment CD Projekt RED has not reported anything about it, so the doubt remains as to why these 4 developers made the decision to leave their work on Cyberpunk 2077, a project in which they were working intensely.

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