Dr Disrespect’s recreation studio, Midnight Society, shut down claims they stole photos from CD Projekt Purple’s Cyberpunk 2077 teaser trailer, telling Dexerto it was a placeholder from early net design.
Dr Disrespect made waves after asserting the launch of his recreation studio, Midnight Society. Nonetheless, the web was torn over his choice to present 10,000 gamers early entry to his first recreation within the type of Founders Move NFTs.
The 2-time assured followers NFTs weren’t required to play the sport, wouldn’t change the expertise of the sport, and was meant to be a manner for Champions Membership members to personal a chunk of the studio’s historical past.
Nonetheless, extra backlash piled on the studio after Apex Legends streamer Inhuman identified they used artwork from Cyberpunk 2077’s teaser trailer on their web site, which led some followers to conclude they stole it.
Inhuman posted a screenshot evaluating the artwork used on Midnight Society’s web site and the scene within the trailer: “The primary body on the web site for Dr Disrespect’s new NFT recreation is from the Cyberpunk 2077 teaser trailer.”
Nonetheless, it solely seems for a quick second, which led him to conclude: “It’s most likely only a placeholder mistake, or they’re really working with CDPR as a cyberpunk collab, which might be fairly cool.”
The primary body on the web site for Dr Disrespect’s new NFT recreation is from the Cyberpunk 2077 teaser trailer 🤔 pic.twitter.com/tF2M51Vcev
— inhuman (@inhuman) March 19, 2022
After Dexerto reached out for remark, a spokesperson for Midnight Society stated: “That seems to be a placeholder picture from early net design days. It was chosen to convey temper. It was imagined to have been swapped out with one among our personal.”
“We’re fixing that, and at the moment, Midnight Society doesn’t have plans to collaborate with CD Projekt Purple.”
The picture from the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer shall be faraway from Midnight Society’s web site quickly.