CD Projekt RED announced yesterday that it has been pushing the second major patch for Cyberpunk 2077 to March. The studio indicated a hacker attack as the reason, but not everyone believed it. However, according to Bloomberg, the company did deliver the truth.
Due to the hacking of CDPR servers and theft of a lot of data, the studio’s developers have not been able to get started for two weeks. We are talking about a part of employees working remotely. Another part is trying to solve the problem.
The thing is that hackers stole the personal data of the developers. The studio decided to block all the accounts of its employees through different banks, and submit its PCs for verification to the IT department. There is no way to work without equipment.
It is not known when this whole hacker situation will be resolved, but CDPR refused to negotiate. Now the studio is taking all possible measures to limit the distribution of the stolen game code.