Patch 1.23 for Cyberpunk 2077 is available on PC, Stadia, and consoles, and brings myriad changes to the title across quests, gameplay, and more.
CD Projekt Red, the developers behind such games as Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, have announced a Pride Month charity stream for tomorrow. Here's what you need to know.
After (checks watch) six months, it looks like Cyberpunk 2077 will return to Sony's PlayStation Store. Here are the details.
In recent reporting, Cyberpunk 2077's CD Projekt SA reported their profit was below half of what it was from Q1 2020. Read on for more.
If you've been waiting and wondering when you'll be able to buy Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store, you'll kept waiting for longer. It turns out not even CD Projekt RED knows when their game will return to Sony's digital shelves.
It seems that a buggy launch of Cyberpunk 2077 was not enough to prevent CD Projekt RED executives from being the recipient of substantial bonuses, according to recent reporting from Bloomberg's Jason Schreier.
Cyberpunk 2077 developers CD Projekt RED released hotfix 1.22 yesterday, bringing several more fixes and tweaks to the open world action game. The hotfix touches on a number of things like quests, open world, visuals, UI, stability, performance, and more.
Adam Kici?ski, the President and Joint CEO of CD Projekt RED, recently came out and stated they still plan on selling Cyberpunk 2077, "for years to come." This and more were touched on in a Reuters interview.
Cyberpunk 2077 fans eager to check out the world of Night City with a friend might be in for some bad news this morning, as a new strategy call with developer CD Projekt RED is hinting that the standalone multiplayer mode won't be coming after all.
Cyberpunk 2077's long-awaited Patch 1.2 is finally live on consoles and PC, though Stadia players will be waiting till later this week for the update to hit Google's platform. The path brings with it changes to the police response times, as well as optimizations to driving in the RPG.
CD Projekt Red finally gave an update on the upcoming Patch 1.2 which is supposed to address the multitude of issues plaguing console versions of Cyberpunk 2077being delayed out of February, now coming "second half of March."
We had previously reported that Cyberpunk 2077 developer, CD Projekt RED, was hacked. It appears that the ransomware from that hack has been reportedly sold on the dark web.
In a tweet posted earlier today that includes the message received from the perpetrators, CD Projekt Red confirms that they have been hacked, and that those responsible have purportedly obtained documents and source code from Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3.
CD Projekt RED has provided a warning for some Cyberpunk 2077 mods citing a vulnerability in external DLL files.
We reported a January 26th that the first major update, Patch 1.1 brough plenty of fixes and one major bug that prevented players from continuing the story with Takemura. In today's hotfix, CD Projekt Red fixed the issue, and restored randomization along with it.