Hackers Have Now Begun To Auction Off CDPR Source Code…

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Kiko San
Kiko San
8 months ago

They are faking this to create sympathy. The whole thing makes no sense.

Dom M
Dom M
8 months ago

Most people here seem to be missing the point ….you could already get torrents of Witcher 3 etc very easily. That's nothing new. What SOURCE code access does, is allow scummy people to write cheats for multiplayer games (like Gwent or the upcoming cyberpunk multiplayer module), or in the case of single player games, possibly engineer it so they can do other things like hack your system via the game.

Jed elmer
Jed elmer
8 months ago

Management and investors fault. They wanted it out now so they could cash in…. backfire!

Vinyl Dude
Vinyl Dude
8 months ago

Im gonna be honest…i hope this leads to the truth about the game coming out

Lelio Ravagnani
Lelio Ravagnani
8 months ago

Fuck CDPR. They are getting exactly what they deserve.

Btw, their refund is a scam. I uploaded all the documentation they have required and they did not refund shit.

Krypto
Krypto
8 months ago

Phantom Thieves didn’t complete the mission by deadline. Medjay gonna do their thing

Matteus Slartibartificus The Third
Matteus Slartibartificus The Third
8 months ago

CDPR should just release the source code themselves for free. They can't put the cat back in the bag anyway, might as well deprive the hackers of any profiteering.

Evilplay_666
Evilplay_666
8 months ago

As far as Cyberpunk 2077 goes. Why would you spend that much for something that is broken & unfinished & in a lot of peoples eyes a big hot mess. Also why would you trust a hacker to deliver what is stolen to be the legit thing.

Edward Hurtado
Edward Hurtado
8 months ago

I still have the game just hoping in the end everything will be worth it

SoulessYokai
SoulessYokai
8 months ago

WOW…..sum one ws really pissed at cdpr to have gone t this extent t ripp them a new one. really feel bad for d cdpr devs……not their fault

Daetok
Daetok
8 months ago

Good. They got what was coming.

duckenomics
duckenomics
8 months ago

5:54 did anyone catch that? It says $1,000USD

Adam Roberts
Adam Roberts
8 months ago

ok what's the worst that could happen? seriously, cyberpunk clones?

Luke Boland
Luke Boland
8 months ago

In before Elon buys the code cache and starts releasing bug fixes for Cyberpunk.

Kuhmodo
Kuhmodo
8 months ago

A lot of idiots get so caught up with the idea of a big evil company to not realize that many of these game developers are just regular working people trying to do their part to make the game. You're mad that the game was rushed? They don't make the deadlines. You're mad features were cut? They don't make those decisions. How about you actually target the shareholders who rush these games, the people in C-Level who don't care about the game and leave the actual creators alone. Otherwise? You'll never get quality games. These higher ups will just burn through these people and start new. All you're doing is justifying that for them and in a sense helping them win.

Atomicus Aquinas
Atomicus Aquinas
8 months ago

I think the only demand that would have been worth it, would be asking them to make the project opensource. Who's going to invest a million bucks in a source block, they can't really get a return of investment off of?

Seems to be conflicting stories, one says 1M the other is 1k? (even the screenshot in this story says 1k, not 1mil)

reav3rtm
reav3rtm
8 months ago

Meh, Half Life 2 code was leaked and nothing happened to the game or Valve. Why would anything happen to CDPR. I bet someone wants to short the CRPR stock with those leaks and make money of it if there is nobody wiling to pay for stolen source code.
Besides what would anyone do with it? I can only imagine Chinese CP2077 clones being legally sold on Chinese market as normal intellectual property infringement laws do no apply there.

devilselbow
devilselbow
8 months ago

Article: $1000 USD

Sam: ONE MILLION DOLLARS

Edit: Sorry Sam you're right. Poorly written article!

300-I.Q. Prower
300-I.Q. Prower
8 months ago

"Today is not a feel good story"
really? Cause that title says otherwise. The people who "just wanna make a really great game" will literally never get to working under CDPR. Just look at Schraer's expose, the devs knew the game was YEARS away from being done but they had zero say. It doesn't matter. So yes, I'm absolutely happy, especially if the other part about revealing things like their HR reports and such wasn't a bluff.

voradownz
voradownz
8 months ago

Lmao zero simpathy for CDPR. They knowingly deceived and scammed their customers. Burn baby, let s hope EA and Ubisoft are next.

marze09
marze09
8 months ago

I don't want this to happen to anyone but I don't believe cdpr. This maybe is just a stunt to gain sympathy.

HakaseSensei
HakaseSensei
8 months ago

Yeah, this sucks, and i get no happiness from it, but… I still have a hard time feeling sorry for big multi billion dollar company CDPR

I'm Sicc
I'm Sicc
8 months ago

I've been in boot camp for 3 months so I'm late to this but what happened to sam? Or was he ralph? Anyway what happened

DAMN
DAMN
8 months ago

Is it karma for CDPR's crunch and lies?

Marine Airwing
Marine Airwing
8 months ago

Broken buggy horrible game going once,
Broken buggy horrible game going twice,

WafflingMean44
WafflingMean44
8 months ago

If CDPR gives in then every time they release a game they'll have a massive barrage of cyber attacks. Hopefully they manage to identify the hacker and can pursue legal action. The message needs to be sent that this is more trouble than it's worth otherwise it could do serious damage to the industry as a whole.

Bono cat
Bono cat
8 months ago

Thank you number two.

Corrupt Outcast
Corrupt Outcast
8 months ago

Maybe EA or Activision will buy the Witcher 3 source code so they can learn what makes a good game.

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