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During the recent Strategy Update video from CD Projekt Red earlier this week, the company also revealed that they have acquired Digital Scapes; a development studio that specializes in multiplayer games development and founded by industry veterans from Bioware, Radical Entertainment, and Relic.
CD Projekt Red has had a bit of a re-evaluation of their strategies after the troubled launch of Cyberpunk 2077. But after officially cancelling CP2077’s multiplayer, CDPR clarified that despite all that, they are still working on the free DLC and paid expansions for the game. But the studio won’t give much more information than that.
Cyberpunk 2077 was quite possibly one of the most anticipated games in history, at least before it launched that is. One of the main factors for this was that CP2077 was actually revealed in January 2013, nearly 7 years before it finally launched. In that time the hype for the game had generated far beyond what anyone expected, and ultimately led to the troubled launch last year.
A while ago CD Projekt Red revealed that they were working on a standalone multiplayer experience for Cyberpunk Online has been officially cancelled.
CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated March update for Cyberpunk 2077 is finally here in all it’s 34GB glory. Yes, that’s right, the latest patch is 34GB on GOG because the patch notes contain some 500 fixes for both PC and consoles (more specifically 505 fixes for all platforms, or 484 excluding the console-specific fixes).
CD projekt Red have been going through a rough time since the troubled launch of Cyberpunk 2077, and now the studio has lost a key figure in development as Andrzej Zawadzki, the Senior Gameplay Designer on CP2077, has left the studio for unknown reasons after nearly 8 years.
CD Projekt Red have been desperately trying to fix their own game after launch, with numerous hotfixes and minor patches to fix certain bugs and glitches. However, they have a pretty chunky update coming soon this month, and CDPR have released a development update on how it’s going and what will be included.
CD Projekt Red have revealed that their massive planned February update for Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed due to multiple reasons, one of which involves the latest cyber attack the studio faced recently. Patch 1.2 is now expected in the last half of March.
CD Projekt Red have just released Hotfix 1.12 for Cyberpunk 2077 that fixes the security vulnerability issue discovered earlier this week that could result in malicious attacks when downloading untrusted mods or custom save files. It’s not a big update, but it’s worth mentioning for everyone to be aware of at least.
A recent security vulnerability was found in one of the DLL files for Cyberpunk 2077, which could result in malicious attacks to your PC if using a mod or custom save game. An official fix is on the way from CD Projekt Red, but there are ways to fix it yourself before the official update comes at least.
Cars aren’t always linked to games, well, unless you’re playing a racing game. But you’d be hard pressed to find an abundance of gaming-related cars in the real world. Thankfully that is all going to change, as Tesla’s latest Model S 2021 refresh has seen a bit of a glow up in the infotainment department.