Cyberpunk 2077: Ex-employee of CD Projekt Red reveals salary – Gamesaktuell

How much money do the employees at CD Projekt Red make, especially when they have to go through a crunch phase like the current Cyberpunk 2077? A former employee explains it.

It cannot currently be said whether this information is really correct. In any case, the person claims on Twitter that he was a full-time employee at CD Projekt Red, working on facial animation for a big game. That should have been in 2014.

According to the person, she was getting the equivalent of $ 430 a month. she worked in Poland and was paid in Polish zloty. Allegedly she couldn't even pay the rent of her small two-room apartment with this earnings. Her husband had to pay for the rent. The apartment was not in the center of Warsaw at all. Therefore, she said about the statement by studio boss Adam Kiciński that the crunch in Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now € 58.19 ) It is not so bad that this comes from a person who owns 70 million dollars in shares in the company.

How much truthfulness there is in these statements, of course, cannot be said. However, in the current situation it does not cast a good light on CD Projekt Red. The company is already struggling with severe criticism due to its crunch policy. The fact that more is being added and an ex-employee speaks of poor pay does not help to improve the image of the developer studio. The reactions to her statement are accordingly.

Cyberpunk 2077 appears after a Postponement of the release date on December 10th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Source: Resetera

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