Affected by hacker attacks, CDPR postponed the release of the Cyberpunk 2077 patch

Early this morning, well-known game developer CD PROJEKT (CDPR) announced that due to hacker attacks and the bodyweight of version 1.2, the release of the “Cyberpunk 2077” patch was postponed.

CDPR stated: “Although we really want to release the 1.2 version update of Cyberpunk 2077 within the stated time frame, due to the recent cyberattack on the studio’s IT architecture and due to the physical size of the 1.2 version, we need more time.”

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According to CDPR on social media, the goal they set for the 1.2 version exceeds all previous updates and will bring many improvements and fixes to all aspects of the game. “To ensure this, we have more work to do. Therefore, we expect the new launch date to be the second half of March.”

CDPR said earlier this month that the company had suffered a cyberattack, saying that a hacker had entered its internal network, encrypted the server, and left a ransom note, threatening if not After paying the ransom, the source code of the game will be announced.

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