Power of the CD Projekt Red is trying to reduce the crisis against the upcoming "Cyberpunk 2077" in a recent interview with Kotaku, which was released on Friday.
Marcin Iwiński, co-founder of CD Projekt Red, and studio director and director Adam Badowski admit that the crisis, which means overtime, is not always avoidable.
Especially the crisis associated with "The Witcher 3" is that the studio wants to get away from the head.
Iwiński said, "We are well known, we will be humble for a while, and we are famous for treating our gamers with respect." This is our hard work. And I want to be famous for treating our developers with respect. "
Some developers have told Kotaku that some departments, including the QA and the audio team, are working extensively to prepare for E3 next month, and the situation has improved.
Iwiński is trying to push the studio's "non-mandatory crisis policy" through the development of "Cyberpunk" but "there are certain moments when we have to work harder – I think the E3 demo is a pretty good example, I want to talk to people about it. "
Even if overtime is "not mandatory," even talking to the developers in the game industry can make it difficult for an employee to work overtime, even if it requires overtime.
Regarding how it looks, the answer given was still a bit ambiguous.
"I think we can promise that Witcher will be better than the finish," Badowski said.
"Fortnite" developer Epic Games, "Mortal Kombat 11" Developer NetherRealm and many others have long been involved in various developers, so Crunch is a constant concern for game developers.