Earlier today, CD Projekt Red announced the second major patch Cyberpunk 2077 It will be postponed until late March, and it cited recent ransomware attacks and the wide range of patches as its reasons.The company did not introduce it in detail, but came from Bloomberg To quote an anonymous source, things are even worse than we thought. For employees who have faced the nightmare of hackers exposing their personal ID information, in the past two weeks, “most” people have been locked out of their workstations.
Since there is no ransom, developers cannot enter the VPN at home to access the tools they need, and apparently they are required to ship the computer to the IT department so that it can be scanned for malware. Cyberpunk 2077 is already an unusually troubled project, and the recent attacks will only make the situation worse. If you plan to travel to Night City after major issues are resolved, or plan to replay after DLC or next-generation upgrades arrive, you may even have to postpone these plans until later this year.