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Witcher 3 director leaves CD Projekt following investigation into workplace bullying

Apologises "for all the bad blood I have caused".

Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, who served as game director on CD Projekt's acclaimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has resigned from the company following an investigation into workplace bullying.

As reported by Bloomberg, Tomaszkiewicz had been the focus of a months-long investigation into allegations of bullying at CD Projekt.

Despite the investigation ultimately finding him not guilty, Tomaszkiewicz told co-workers in an email announcing his resignation, as seen by Bloomberg, "a lot of people are feeling fear, stress or discomfort when working with me."

He went on to apologise "for all the bad blood I have caused", noting his departure had been made in agreement with the studio's board.

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"I am going to continue working on myself," Tomaszkiewicz continued. "Changing behaviour is a long and arduous process, but I'm not giving up, and I hope to change."

Tomaszkiewicz began his career at CD Projekt in 2004, working as a junior tester, and was involved in all three Witcher games - starting out as a designer on the first instalment before rising through the ranks to become game director on The Witcher 3 and its expansions.

He most recently served as secondary director and head of production on the beleaguered Cyberpunk 2077, and was expected to play a major role in the next Witcher game.

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