‘Witcher 3’ director quits after toxicity allegations

Witcher 3 development manager Konrad Tomashkevich left CD Projekt after a series of allegations of toxic behavior and bullying of subordinates. He denied his guilt, the investigation of these complaints lasted about a month and was found not guilty. Nevertheless, Tomaskiewicz stated that the work of the commission made him rethink much in his behavior and understand that people experienced fear, stress, and discomfort in the process of working under his direction.

He apologized to everyone affected and announced his resignation. Tomaskiewiczs departure was agreed with the board of CD Projekt, although the game designer had to play an important role in the creation of the next games series The Witcher.

In CD Projekt he worked since 2004, was senior designer of The Witcher and Quest Designer The Witcher 2. Tomashkiewicz also acted as design director and head of production at Cyberpunk 2077 and held post as vice president of CD Projekt RED for development.

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