CD Projekt Pink has delayed Cyberpunk 2077’s main 1.2 patch following the cyber assault the studio suffered earlier this month.CD Projekt Pink introduced the information on Twitter, additionally mentioning that this new patch “goes past any of our earlier updates.”

“Whereas we dearly wished to ship Patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077 within the timespan we detailed beforehand, the latest cyber assault on the studio’s IT infrastructure and intensive scope of the replace imply this sadly won’t occur — we’ll want some extra time,” CD Projekt Pink wrote.“Our purpose for Patch 1.2 goes past any of our earlier updates. We’ve been engaged on quite a few total high quality enhancements and fixes, and we nonetheless have work to do to make it possible for’s what you get. With that in thoughts, we’re now aiming for launch within the second half of March.

“It’s not the information we get pleasure from sharing, however we need to make sure that we launch this replace correctly. Keep tuned for extra info because the time attracts nearer. Thanks to your continued endurance and help.”

The aforementioned cyber assault towards CD Projekt Pink compromised the studio’s inside programs and the hackers stole paperwork and the supply code for Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, and extra.These stolen recordsdata had been reportedly offered in a darkish net public sale that was allegedly set at $7 million.

Patch 1.2 was a part of the Cyberpunk 2077 Updates Roadmap that detailed the sport’s future after the litany of launch points. Alongside these updates, there are nonetheless free DLCS deliberate alongside the free next-gen console replace that can arrive within the second half of 2021.

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