Developers Delayed The Patch Of Cyberpunk 2077 As CDPR Developer’s Computers Fill With Ransomware.
Cyberpunk 2077, even three months after its release, is still on the “front pages” for all the wrong reasons. After the problematic launch (as a result of the sudden release on the consoles), we had the hackers who broke the CD Projekt Red and sold the source code of the game on the dark web, the whining from the investors, and many other tricks that have injured the image of the well-known company.
And although the developers are in an excellent mood to correct the game’s wrong texts, as something happens, and everything goes wrong. The last story with Cyberpunk 2077 has to do with the developers’ inability to complete the previous (and long-awaited) major patch of March on time. This situation is because hackers filled CDPR developers’ computers with ransomware, and several workstations were knocked out. In fact, according to Bloomberg, citing sources and insiders within the Polish company, several CDPR employees cannot even access their company’s VPN. From what you can understand, it will take a few more months for Cyberpunk 2077 to reach the creators’ levels which they dreamed of.