Cyberpunk 2077's Stolen Source Code Has Reportedly Leaked Online

Data stolen from CD Projekt Red, said to contain the source code of the developer's Cyberpunk 2077, Thronebreaker, and The Witcher 3 titles, has reportedly found its way online.

The code, which was accessed during a cyberattack earlier this year, was put up for auction at a starting price of $1 million, before being removed from sale on the dark web as the seller received another offer.

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Cyberpunk 2077's Stolen Source Code Has Reportedly Leaked Online

As spotted by Resetera, a text file containing donation instructions to unlock the files have appeared online, and thanks to databreaches.net, it appears to be the real deal.

In exchange for a $10k charity donation, it appears that passwords will be revealed for the source code and assets, while the leaker also notes that that software developer kits were already shared in order to verify the leaks.

As per the Resetera posting, it appears that other data secured in the breach, including company reports, data, and more, will not be shared with the public. At the time of the leak, CDPR confirmed that HR documents and company financial reports had been stolen.

For more on Cyberpunk 2077, check out CDPR's promise that the game will live up to what was promised, as well as a questionable update on the game's stability.