Hacked data stolen from CD Projekt circulates online, the company says. The studio behind Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 says it can not confirm the exact content of the data being circulated, but believes it relates to its games, contractors and both current and former employees. It also warned that the data has been tampered with or tampered with.
The release comes four months after the study first announced it had been the victim of a ransomware attack. It initially said hackers had managed to gain access to “certain data” from the company. CD Projekt sent the ransom note it received, in which the hackers claimed to have access to the source code from its game including Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3and Gwent. The note also said the hacked data contained information on HR, accounting and other internal operations.
CD Projekt has previously admitted that hackers were able to encrypt some of its employee data on its network. But the company said its investigation had found no evidence that the data was being transferred from the company’s systems.
The hack followed the uneasy launch of the studio’s latest blockbuster title, Cyberpunk 2077. Although it sold well and was initially well received by critics, players quickly discovered that the game was riddled with bugs and could hardly be played on older consoles. The situation was so bad that the game was downloaded from PlayStation Store. At the time of writing, it has not yet returned.
CD Project says it continues to work with law enforcement and external experts as it responds to the hack, saying it is “committed and ready” to act against anyone who shares the stolen data.