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Two of The Witcher series’ gameplay designers are departing CD Projekt Red to join other former CD Projekt devs at 11 Bit Studios.

Maciej Szczesnik, who served as gameplay designer on The Witcher games, and Marek Ziemak, who served as gameplay producer at CD Projekt Red, announced today their transition to 11 Bit Studios, an indie developer best known for their work on Anomaly: Warzone Earth and Sleepwalker’s Journey for iOS and Android devices.

“I’ll be responsible for the entire design of a game that took shape in my imagination,” Szczesnik said in a statement. “It’s a really exciting feeling to create a new world from scratch, make its characters and rules and to know that I have this blank page to fill with my ideas and then bring them to life.”

“I’ve been watching the indie-game scene for quite some time and I love its creativity and freshness,” Ziemak added.

A announcement from 11 Bit Studios is coming March, no doubt pertaining to Szczesnik’s project.

Two Witcher gameplay devs depart CD Projekt Red for the mobile scene

By | 02/6/2014 02:35 PM PT

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Two of The Witcher series’ gameplay designers are departing CD Projekt Red to join other former CD Projekt devs at 11 Bit Studios.

Maciej Szczesnik, who served as gameplay designer on The Witcher games, and Marek Ziemak, who served as gameplay producer at CD Projekt Red, announced today their transition to 11 Bit Studios, an indie developer best known for their work on Anomaly: Warzone Earth and Sleepwalker’s Journey for iOS and Android devices.

“I’ll be responsible for the entire design of a game that took shape in my imagination,” Szczesnik said in a statement. “It’s a really exciting feeling to create a new world from scratch, make its characters and rules and to know that I have this blank page to fill with my ideas and then bring them to life.”

“I’ve been watching the indie-game scene for quite some time and I love its creativity and freshness,” Ziemak added.

A announcement from 11 Bit Studios is coming March, no doubt pertaining to Szczesnik’s project.

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