In a series of tweets, CD Projekt announced that the patch 1.2 supposed to fix the major bugs of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One will not arrive in February as planned but in the second half of March due to the cyber attack suffered by the developer at the beginning of the month.
Remember, in early January, CD Projekt announced the roadmap of upcoming updates for Cyberpunk 2077. While the main information concerned the release of the next-gen patch for PS5 and the Xbox Series scheduled for the second half of 2021, the Polish developer had also announced that two major updates would be rapidly deployed to correct the problems with the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
Released at the end of January, Update 1.1 initially introduced a blocking bug that was later fixed by Patch 1.11. Despite this, Patch 1.1 did not fix that much on PS4 and Xbox One as revealed by Digital Foundry’s extensive analysis.
While the second major update named 1.2 was expected in February to fix the remaining problems on PS4 and Xbox One, CD Projekt has published a series of tweets to announce that the patch will not arrive until the second half of March. The main reason for this postponement was the cyberattack on the Polish development studio in early February, during which most of the source code for its games was stolen. Since then, the games have been auctioned off and CD Projekt is trying to limit the leakage of this data using the DMCA law.