The developer has worked on Cyberpunk 2077 since 2012 as well as contributed to the development of The Witcher games.
CD Projekt RED's production director Jędrzej Mróz has left the company after almost 15 years. Mróz announced the news via his LinkedIn page thanking CD Projekt RED for a "spectacular" experience of working with the team and saying that leaves the developer in pursuit of something new.
"Thank you CD PROJEKT RED for spectacular 15 years! See you guys around, I will miss you," he wrote. "Time for something new!"
Mróz joined CD Projekt RED in 2007 as a junior QA specialist. He later served there in various positions including QA specialist, QA manager, and producer. He also acted as lead producer on the action RPG The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings as well as contributed to the development of The Witcher 3.
Since 2012, Mróz has worked on Cyberpunk 2077 – he started as a lead producer and later held a number of positions on the project throughout the course of development. Following the game's launch in 2020, he was appointed as production director and was responsible for scheduling updates as well as managing the team for the game's support.
While saying that he is leaving the studio to do something new, Mróz did not name any specific plans, so it remains to be seen where the developer will head next.