He’s now joined the team at Remedy Entertainment.
Kyle Rowley, who was the associate design director on CD Projekt RED’s upcoming Cyberpunk 2077, recently announced on Twitter that he has left the Polish studio as he moves back with his family to Finland- if you’re worried about a key member of the team leaving, and what it might signify, don’t be. Rowley assured fans in his tweet that Cyberpunk 2077 is “gonna be killer”.
Meanwhile, he also mentioned in the same tweet that he’s joined the team at Remedy Entertainment, which is a pretty good move for him. Presumably, he’ll be working with the studio on the upcoming Control– unless he’s joined work on a game that the studio hasn’t announced yet. You can check out his tweet below.
Meanwhile, if you want more information on Cyberpunk 2077, we recently held a pretty extensive interview with the game’s level designer Miles Tost, talking about everything from its open world, its quest design, and side quests, to the story, the setting, player choice, and a lot more. You can read the full interview through here.
Everyone, everyone! I've an announcement to make: my family and I are moving back to Finland and I'm rejoining the awesome team @remedygames! I'd like to thank everyone @CDPROJEKTRED for the time spent working on #Cyberpunk2077. It's gonna be killer. To the future!
— Kyle Rowley (@TimePirateNinja) December 13, 2018