The other day, developer CD Projekt announced that their internal systems were breached as a result of a hack. The hackers left a message claiming that they stole source code for several of the studio’s games, including Cyberpunk 2077, and threatened to release it online if their demands weren’t met.
It seems that the developers behind Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher have landed themselves in a bit of an awkward situation as they have been hacked. In a tweet posted on CD Projekt Red’s account, the company has confirmed that they have fallen victim to a hack and had their internal systems breached and compromised.
One of the features of Cyberpunk 2077 is the ability to support mods. Games with mod support aren’t new, but they’re a welcome feature as it means that gamers get to experience the game in other ways not necessarily intended by the developer, which can make things fun and exciting.
Cyberpunk 2077 is plagued with a wide variety of bugs to the point where for console gamers, companies like Sony started to refund gamers for the game as it was essentially unplayable. On PC, it is much better, but it isn’t without its issues. The company did pledge to release major patches meant to fix the problems, but it seems to have brought new problems of its own.
Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most highly-anticipated games of 2020. The game was announced a while ago and based on the concept, premise, and footage, it was understandable that many gamers were really looking forward to the game, but unfortunately, even after a series of delays, the game ended up being a bit of a hot mess, especially for console gamers.
Cyberpunk was one of 2020’s highly-anticipated games, but unfortunately its launch was less than ideal. The game was riddled with bugs and various issues, although for the most part, PC gamers were spared the brunt of the problems. However, it seems that despite that, many gamers still ended up feeling less-than-satisfied.
When CD Projekt Red finally released Cyberpunk 2077, it was a very anti-climatic launch. This is because the game was riddled with bugs, and to make matters worse, the console version of the game, especially for PlayStation gamers, was pretty much unplayable where there were performance issues that caused the game’s framerates to drop to as low as 10 fps.
Cyberpunk 2077 was supposed to be one of the biggest game launches of 2020, but unfortunately the various issues with the game at launch have marred it, to the point where Sony has delisted the game from the PlayStation Store and is also refunding gamers who aren’t satisfied with it.
Save files are what games typically use to mark our progress and allow us to pick up where we left off. This is why gamers can get understandably upset whenever a game’s save file is corrupted because that usually means all their progress has been essentially wiped out and they’ll have to start all over again.
According to a report from last week, it was revealed that Sony was apparently refunding PS4 and PS5 gamers over Cyberpunk 2077 issues. Now it seems that those issues have gotten a bit too out of hand to the point where Sony has removed the game from the PlayStation Store, meaning that those who were hoping to get the digital copy will no longer be able to do so.
Given how much hype there was surrounding the release of Cyberpunk 2077, and all of the numerous delays, you would think that CD Projekt Red would have ironed out the major issues with the game. However, that was not the case as many players ran into various issues, especially those playing it on console.
While CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the more highly anticipated games of 2020, it seems that for some gamers, especially those on the PS4 and the PS5, the launch was less than ideal. So much so that gamers are now reporting that Sony is apparently issuing refunds for gamers who request for it.
Last month, the folks at CD Projekt Red announced that Cyberpunk 2077 would be delayed again where instead of launching in November, it will now be launching in December. This represented a delay of less than a month, which isn’t too long we suppose, but now it seems that another delay could be looming.
CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 was originally meant to be released earlier this year in April, but the company announced that it would be delayed to September. Then in June, the company announced that the game would be once again delayed to November, but unfortunately, it seems that they will not be able to meet that deadline either.
The problem with video games is that while the graphics might look realistic and insanely detailed, there are certain things that could still stand to be improved upon, such as character dialogue where for the most part, the way characters speak doesn’t necessarily match the voice acting.
Are you looking forward to playing CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 on your computer? If you are, then you might want to take note of these PC hardware requirements that the company has recently published. What’s surprising though is that despite it being a modern title, the requirements don’t seem particularly outrageous.
CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 has yet to be released, but it seems that there is enough hype surrounding the upcoming title for Netflix to make an anime based on the game. The company has announced that come 2022, there will be an original anime based on Cyberpunk 2077 called Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.
We’re sure that many gamers are looking forward to the release of Cyberpunk 2077. However, there is the question of compatibility, and whether or not they should get the version designed for next-gen consoles or the one for current consoles. The good news is that the folks at CD Projekt Red will be making it easier for you.
There is no doubt that many gamers are eagerly anticipating CD Projekt Red’s upcoming game, Cyberpunk 2077. Given how successful the studio was with its The Witcher games, it makes sense that gamers were excited to see a new franchise released by the company. Unfortunately, it looks like gamers will have to wait.
If you were waiting for Cyberpunk 2077 to release this April, you will be disappointed to know that the release date has been moved to September 17, 2020.It looks like CD PROJECT RED wants to take their time to polish the game the best way they can, similar to why Marvel’s Avengers game delayed the release date.In their official tweet, they assured that the game is complete and playable. But, […]