There is no going back, CD Projekt Red has been unable to escape the tide of bad luck that has affected the studio since the launch of Cyberpunk 2077. The ransomware attack that recently victimized the company forced the postponement of the second major patch for the game that would solve some of your biggest problems.
Patch 1.2 was scheduled for release in February, but those responsible for the studio have now come to admit that they will not be able to deliver it within the promised time.
Cyberpunk 2077 bugs will have to wait another month
CDPR places the responsibility on the ransomware attack that it suffered from earlier this month. As they tried to deal with this situation, they realized that they would not be able to direct the necessary resources to work on the game’s bugs.
CD Projekt RED has now revealed that the attack caused several problems in the company’s IT infrastructure and that this has become a top priority.
As a result of all this confusion, the only solution found was to postpone patch 1.2 to March.
Dissatisfaction with Cyberpunk 2077 is growing
It is the players who will not have been very pleased with this mishap, with several reports of complaints appearing over the internet.
There is even a group that has insistently asked CDPR to declare Cyberpunk 2077 as a “dead game,” complaining that the studio will no longer be able to turn this situation around.
The frustration has been building over these months, but the company continues to guarantee that the game will be placed in the state it was promised before launch. Time is running out, but Poles have already proven themselves at other times to be able to correct their mistakes.
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