Cyberpunk 2077’s subsequent huge patch has been delayed following developer CD Projekt Pink’s disclosure that it fell sufferer to a ransomware assault earlier this month. The subsequent huge patch, 1.2, is now scheduled for a launch someday within the second half of March.
“Whereas we dearly wished to ship Patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077 within the timespan we detailed beforehand, the latest cyber assault on the studio’s IT infrastructure and intensive scope of the replace imply this sadly is not going to occur — we’ll want some extra time,” CD Projekt Red said through the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account.
Our aim for Patch 1.2 goes past any of our earlier updates. We’ve been engaged on quite a few general high quality enhancements and fixes, and we nonetheless have work to do to guarantee that’s what you get. With that in thoughts, we’re now aiming for launch within the second half of March. 2/3
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) February 24, 2021
Cyberpunk 2077 launched in an extremely buggy state, which led Sony to take the drastic step of removing the game from the PlayStation Store. CD Projekt Pink has launched quite a few updates and hotfixes since launch in an try to deal with points, and it appears patch 1.2 might be probably the most vital but. “Our aim for Patch 1.2 goes past any of our earlier updates,” CD Projekt Red said. The studio can also be working on free DLCs and a free next-gen console replace.
Hackers reportedly accessed supply code from a few of CD Projekt Pink’s video games, together with Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3, in addition to inside firm paperwork. The hackers reportedly sold the information they stole at public sale.