Jason Schreyer told after moving the February patch for Cyberpunk 2077 to the second half of March that in fact most of the project team has been in unplanned for two weeks The reason for this is a recent hack, thanks to which intruders stole personal information, including bank data and passport information. In addition, since most work remotely, there were problems with access to a virtual private network, and it is simply impossible to work without it. As a result, most of the specialists were sent on vacation, together with which they froze their accounts in banks, and a few specialists who have already returned to the Warsaw office, slowly work on updates for Cyberpunk 2077.
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