The CD Project Red announced today a delay for the major february update of Cyberpunk 2077. This is a side-effect of the Company’s security violation earlier this month, where hackers releases a number of internal documents and threatens to disclose them when no ransom is paid for (including the source code for several CD Projekt games).
While CD Projekt Red refused to pay that ransom and some of those internal documents wound up getting leaked, it seems that dealing with the aftermath of the breach has required a lot of the studio’s attention. In a thread posted to Twitter today, CD Projekt Red confirmed that it’ll need some additional time to deliver the version 1.2 patch for Cyberpunk 2077 because of the cyber attack’s “extensive scope.”
CD Project Red was originally expected to upgrade version 1.2 in February, but it is clear that it is not going to achieve that original goal with the end of the month. This next update follows version 1.1 of the patch from January, and in conjunction with previously announced DLCs, these patches are beginning a year of improvements and updates to CD Project Red.
The CD Projekt Red said in a follow-up tweet “Our Patch 1,2 target goes beyond any of our previous updates.” “We have made numerous improvements and corrections to overall quality and are still working to make sure that is what you are getting. In this respect, in the second half of March, we are now seeking release.”
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The CD project Red said in a follow up tweet “Our goal of Patch 1.2 goes far beyond any of our previous updates.” “We’ve worked on numerous improvements and fixes of overall quality and still have work to do to make sure you have that. In this regard, in the second half of March we are now aiming for release.”