The Polish developer's recent Twitter post regarding the theft of stolen assets could be a clever marketing campaign in disguise.
Oh! It may be the truth
I've read somewhere that this is not marketing case. They are actually prosecuting whoever did this . It don't think they would go this far for marketing purposes.
At the risk of being too naive myself, if it were EA or Ubisoft I would give this speculation some thought - but not CDPR, not them.
I think CD Project Red is a bit better than that. You think that maybe Ubisoft would do this with their so called "leaks" or someone like EA, but I can't really imagine CD Project Red to do this kind of thing. It's clever, but a dirty trick and CDPR isn't the type to do this type of marketing scheme.
Nah, EA and Ubisoft are shady enough to do that but not good guy CD Project Red.
Oh, give me a break.
F*** off. They're a class act in the industry. Suggesting it for the sake of an article? Shameful. No studio would do that.
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