CD Projekt Pink has been patching and hotfixing Cyberpunk 2077 since its tumultuous launch in December, however the subsequent large patch will come slightly later than gamers had anticipated. The developer posted an replace to the official twitter account for the sport on Wednesday, writing that “the current cyber assault on the studio’s IT infrastructure and in depth scope of the replace means this sadly won’t occur — we’ll want some further time.”
Whereas we dearly needed to ship Patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077 within the timespan we detailed beforehand, the current cyber assault on the studio’s IT infrastructure and in depth scope of the replace imply this sadly won’t occur — we’ll want some further time. 1/3
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) February 24, 2021
This cyber assault was pulled off by hackers who stole “sure information belonging to CD Projekt capital group,” and who then made an try and ransom that info. Within the hackers’ ransom word, they claimed they’d launch the supply information for Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, Gwent, and an unreleased model of The Witcher 3, in addition to “paperwork regarding accounting, administration, authorized, HR, [and] investor relations.”
“Our aim for Patch 1.2 goes past any of our earlier updates,” wrote CD Projekt Pink in a follow-up tweet. “We’ve been engaged on total high quality enhancements and fixes, and we nonetheless have work to do to be sure that’s what you get. With that in thoughts, we’re now aiming for launch within the second half of March.”
Whereas Patch 1.2 received’t be releasing this month as initially deliberate, modders have been engaged on unofficial updates to options of the sport like driving controls, the minimap, and even including a celebration of companions for protagonist V.