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>"Earlier this year, CD Projekt was hit with a massive ransomware attack that supposedly saw the entire Cyberpunk 2077 source code leak online. As part of those leaks, several internal comedy bug reels have apparently surfaced [online.As](http://online.As) spotted by VGC, several videos supposedly created by CDPR show a gag reel of bugs, and work-in-progress development footage (including a motorcycle made out of hotdogs and burgers) set to some truly heinous music—including a "shitty flute" cover of the main trailer theme.The leak was verified by CDPR producer Slava Lukyanenka, who described the montages as "a fun composition of bug materials collected by QA and developers through years of development". VGC speculates that the footage may have been intended as a kind of bonus "gag reel" extra in the final release, ultimately pulled after the state of the release version became clear."
>"Earlier this year, CD Projekt was hit with a massive ransomware attack that supposedly saw the entire Cyberpunk 2077 source code leak online. As part of those leaks, several internal comedy bug reels have apparently surfaced [online.As](http://online.As) spotted by VGC, several videos supposedly created by CDPR show a gag reel of bugs, and work-in-progress development footage (including a motorcycle made out of hotdogs and burgers) set to some truly heinous music—including a "shitty flute" cover of the main trailer theme.The leak was verified by CDPR producer Slava Lukyanenka, who described the montages as "a fun composition of bug materials collected by QA and developers through years of development". VGC speculates that the footage may have been intended as a kind of bonus "gag reel" extra in the final release, ultimately pulled after the state of the release version became clear."
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