Beware of ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ beta scams, warns CD Projekt Red

Cyberpunk 2077

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The announcement comes from a reply to a PSA that CD Projekt Red put out early today. The most concerning is an increasing number of people receiving invites to a so-called Cyberpunk 2077 BETA test via email. Unfortunately, several emails of these have been sent in the past few weeks. The developer also made clear that any official communication to fans or content creators would come from a CDProjektRed.com address, never from a third-party. In a reply to the above tweet, CD Projekt Red confirmed that we'll have to wait until November if we want to enter the world of Night City.

Develver Digital, the japesters of the game industry, commented on the post and got an equally playful reply.

Of course, this wouldn't be a massive problem is Cyberpunk 2077 hasn't been hyped up to the point that it rivals the second coming, but it is; thus it has.

Although perhaps 2020, as a whole, is the beta testing for Cyberpunk 2077 with dictators running rampant and disease having people shelter in place, protests against police brutality resulting in abductions in the United States.

The anime will be an original and standalone 10 episode story set within the Cyberpunk 2077 universe. Their accounts are compromised and they find out there's no Cyberpunk 2077 beta.

Scammers will often pose as well-known or reputable organizations and reach out via email in hopes to swindle users into sharing sensitive information, such as credit card numbers.The Cyberpunk 2077 phishing scam was widespread enough that it warranted an official comment from developer CD Projekt Red.

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