- Apr 6, 2020
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- The Void
Actually, it wasn't the actual Judy missions I was doing, I believe they come later.OK, so I've done all the gigs/side activities in all districts except for Watson and Pacifica (I got the relevant achievements, I guess I haven't unlocked all the Watson or Pacifica ones yet … or it's glitched), all the cyberpsycho missions, all the boxing matches I can do (quest log says I have to wait for someone to contact me to be able to continue), all the Panam and River missions, and I'm currently doing the Judy missions.
Level 47 because I did so many gigs before the main story
I looked up a guide for that mission, I had no idea where it was going.Actually, it wasn't the actual Judy missions I was doing, I believe they come later.
The last boxing match popped up and I think I'll just do that tonight and log off. Lost track of time last night learning more about Johnny's background. Don't want to say too much.
This game is massive.
How messed up was the crucifixion mission? I didn't think they'd go all the way so I kept going and going and holy moly
Well:Honestly, if it's delayed more than like 2 weeks, they're just using the attack as a bullshit excuse. They don't deserve the benefit of the doubt.
Earlier this month, you may have read about a major cyber attack against Cyberpunk 2077 developer CD Projekt Red. According to a new report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, that hack all but halted work at the Polish game studio for two weeks.
Citing sources who wished to remain anonymous, Bloomberg’s report details how the hack reportedly compromised “personal information” of employees, “including Polish identification numbers and passport details, leading the company to tell staff to freeze their accounts and report the security breach to the government and their banks.” Current employees — who are largely still working from home, according to Bloomberg — reportedly had to send their computers back into CDPR’s IT department for malware scans.