Cyberpunk 2077 internal changes, the new game director is a former Bioware

Cyberpunk 2077 internal changes, the new game director is a former Bioware

Cyberpunk 2077 internal changes

Cyberpunk 2077 was the most talked about game of last year and probably the most anticipated ever. Certainly not an easy period for the work of CD Projekt RED which in recent months has been the negative protagonist of several still open issues. First of all, it must be emphasized that the title is not yet available on the PlayStation store and, to date, we do not know when it will return. The Polish company also suffered a hacker attack thus leading to a delay of several important updates. Nonetheless, it seems that the company is working with its head down with the aim of being able to fix the biggest problems by the end of the year, perhaps with the arrival of the upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X. house CD Projekt RED, in these hours it seems that the former Bioware has become the new game director of Cyberpunk 2077. Gabriel Amatangelo will take the place of Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, who had abandoned the project several weeks ago.

Amatangelo joined the Polish team as early as January 2020 as creative director. In the past he has worked on the expansions of the third chapter of Dragon Age and some related to Star Wars The Old Republic. Cyberpunk 2077 then passes to him and to the much better known Adam Badowski, another key figure in the project. It therefore seems that CD Projekt RED has downsized the entire company in recent months, aware of the fact that his work is still far from being finished.

We have seen the road map in recent months, but in recent weeks it seems that the works have been slightly interrupted. CD Projekt RED has already released several patches that have partially improved Cyberpunk 2077 which, however, is still not fully playable on older generation consoles. We are almost in the middle of 2021, we hope that things can really be sorted out by the end of the year. For any news and additional information, please follow our pages, as usual.

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New Game Director for ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ as CDPR expand operations

CD Projekt Red has announced a new Game Director for Cyberpunk 2077, to allow for their ‘parallel AAA development’ strategy.

Previous Cyberpunk 2077 Director Adam Badowski is also the studio head of CD Projekt Red (CDPR), and will be retaining the latter role in order to focus on leadership duties. The main factor in this transition appears to be the implementation of RED 2.0, CDPR’s new dual game development strategy.

Cyberpunk 2077’s new Game Director will be Gabriel Amatangelo, who was previously a creative director. Amatangelo has also worked in design roles on Dragon Age: Inquisition and Star Wars: The Old Republic.

All future Cyberpunk 2077 expansions, patches, and DLC will be overseen by Amatangelo, while Badowski implements CDPR’s new phase of development. This strategy was announced in a recent video, in which the company shared its vision for the future.

In order to achieve RED 2.0, the company announced that it will be building up a larger team in the coming year, and will form development teams that can work on both projects at once. This also includes working on CDPR’s internal game engine, REDengine.

“All these changes aim to enable us to work on multiple AAA games and expansions in parallel, starting in 2022”, said CTO Paweł Zawodny.

Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, who is best known as the game director for CDPR’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, has reportedly also resigned from the company due to workplace bullying allegations.

Although he was found not to be guilty of the charges after a lengthy investigation, Tomaszkiewicz has resigned from both his role and the CDPR, noting the “discomfort” felt by fellow colleagues.

“Nonetheless, a lot of people are feeling fear, stress or discomfort when working with me,” he wrote, and apologised for “all the bad blood I have caused”.