Fragment z części 2 na zachętę :
"Back to 2014, I am 25 and I have been working at CDProjekt for a bit more than 2 years.
It is a weird mix, working on The Witcher 3.
As a designer, I have responsibilities I thought I could only get within a 10 people studio. Only it’s actually a 100+ people studio and I am working on the next big thing. It is not just the dream, it is more than I even dared to dream of.
Yet still, I am more unhappy that I have ever been in my life. I do thrive at work but everything outside of it is empty.
Only 3 months after my arrival, I move out from my first 500 euros apartment to a 300 euros one that I hate to the core.
Well, at this price, there’s nothing that you can get close to the center that doesn’t look like a grandma’s closet. And moving into the suburbs of Warsaw is out of the questions: the suburbs are not the most…. welcoming for non-whites…
I struggle like never before, it’s way worst than the pasta-cheese-ketchup period from when I was a student. From this point, I go to work with one goal in mind: to get a raise.
Say what you will about money and happiness, I definitely felt like I would be happier if I didn’t have to go back to an apartment I hate after an 11 hours day and if I could buy the occasional plane ticket to go see some friends and family back in France.
This battle for money plays a key role in the reason why I left CDP. The funny part being that I left when I was finally about to win."
Wydaje mi się, że nie tylko CDPR dał mu w kość, ale też polska rzeczywistość