They don't think that the hackers got any player data which is good, and they have backups of the source code for Cyberpunk so I don't think this will have a large impact on fixing the game, but it still sucks.
Whatever you think of Cyberpunk or the company (and the fact that there is some irony in the subject matter of the game and this kind of futuristic crime) this is obviously a bad thing. I really hope the same "gamers" who tend to view video games and their personal grudges against game makers are the most important things in the world don't rally behind this as some kind of vigilante justice. It's not. It's just crime.
These breaches seem like they're getting more and more frequent and I wonder why it is that cybersecurity just seems totally incapable of keeping up with blackhat hackers. At some point the fundamental architecture of the Internet, which was originally designed for far fewer users who were all affiliated with institutions and trusted to some degree, may have to be rewritten to make this harder. Email standards have needed updating for a very long time. The patched together nature of computer security just isn't cutting it anymore, and as more and more things go online and get integrated Internet function we are more and more vulnerable.
Does anyone really think that autonomous Internet connected cars won't be hacked? Or if life support and other critical machines are Internet connected they won't be hacked and people's lives won't be held for ransom instead of just data?