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Cyberpunk production director leaves CD Projekt RED after almost 15 years

Cyberpunk production director leaves CD Projekt RED after almost 15 years

CD Projekt production director Jędrzej Mróz has left the company after close to 15 years.

As spotted by Twitter user @IdleSloth84, the developer announced the news on LinkedIn though he hasn't revealed where he is off to.

“Thank you CD Projekt Red for a spectacular 15 years,” he wrote.

“See you guys around; I will miss you. Time for something new.”

Mróz joined CD Projekt RED back in 2007 as a junior QA specialist working on the original Witcher. From there he rose through the ranks in quality assurance before becoming the lead producer of The Witcher 2 in 2010. Two years later, he was promoted to lead producer for both The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, and after the former was released in 2015 he became executive producer for the latter.

Over the course of the years until Cyberpunk 2077's release, he became a senior producer then lead tech producer. After the game's launch, he was promoted to production director.

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