CDPR delays Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.2 until late March at the earliest on account of its 'extensive scope' and the company's recent cyber attack
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CDPR made some big promises in January about improving Cyberpunk 2077. At the time, the company claimed that it would release Patch 1.1 and Patch 1.2, with the latter being the larger of the two. Patch 1.1 rolled out within two weeks of being announced, which was followed a few days later by Hotfix 1.11, an update that fixed a bug that CDPR introduced as of Patch 1.1.
Subsequently, the company released Hotfix 1.12 to patch a vulnerability within the game, but it offered no updates on the progress of Patch 1.2. In the interim, CDPR announced that it had been hacked, but it downplayed the effect that this breach had had on the company.
However, as February draws to a close, CDPR has announced that it will not deliver Patch 1.2 on time. Apparently, the next patch's scope and the cyber attack, pun not intended we suspect, have pushed Patch 1.2 to 'the second half of March'.
In short, Patch 1.2 may arrive three or four weeks later than planned. CDPR is yet to reveal what the next update for Cyberpunk 2077 will bring to the game. You can read CDPR's full statement below.