copies of the game are circulating two weeks before its official release

Say that Cyberpunk 2077 is eagerly awaited to put it mildly. Postponed to December 10, 2020 because of the Covid-19 epidemic, the game continues to arouse the enthusiasm of gamers, who have their eyes riveted on the slightest information about it. Unfortunately, two weeks before its release, the game has just broken.

Warning: Out of respect for CD Projekt Red and for our readers, we will not post photos of game leaks.

Copies of the game in nature

Hard blow for CD Projekt, which has just seen copies of Cyberpunk 2077 currently circulating in nature … Indeed, smart kids managed to get their hands on the game, in its PlayStation 4 version. The 75.01 GB file is already downloadable. Fortunately, Sony was ahead of the hackers, who failed to get their hands on firmware 6.72, which is required to use the file.

Unfortunately, alongside this cyberattack, dIt is copies PlayStation 4 of Cyberpunk 2077, presumably coming from warehouses in which they were stored pending the release of the game, are currently in circulation. Obviously, videos of the game, revealing both the interface and the prologue of Cyberpunk 2077, can be viewed on the internet. Fortunately, the different hosting platforms, such as Reddit, claim to be vigilant to prevent those who want to discover the game when it is released from being spoiled.

However, we will have to be extremely vigilant in the coming weeks. More and more content should circulate on the internet, and it is quite possible that certain elements, so far remained hidden, will come to be revealed. Note that leaks are now commonplace in the video game industry. Last July, Ubisoft was surprised to see that gameplay ofAssassin’s Creed Valhalla had leaked several months before its official release …

We also remind you, for those who impatiently await the release of Cyberpunk 2077, what the PC configurations have just been updated by the publisher, with in particular for owners of RTX 30 Series. Roll on December 10!

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