According to Bloombergs Jason Schreier, citing CD Projekt REDs anonymous employee and managements appeal to developers, the creators of Cyberpunk 2077 are moving to a six-day work week. Last year, the company didnt plan to resort to recycling. Now, from this Monday, the staff of CD Projekt RED will perform their normal amount of work, plus work on one of the weekends.
At the same time, this time will be paid in accordance with Polish laws. The head of the studio Adam Badovsky in his message to the staff notes that recycling should not be a way out of such situations — but the studio simply has no other ways to deal with bugs and other remaining problems of the game.
However, according to an anonymous employee, some workers have been working at night and weekends for more than a year. Cyberpunk 2077 is released on November 19 on PS4, Xbox One and RS (System Requirements).
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