In the past few months Cyberpunk 2077 has really brought us excitement and a different experience, at least for some of us. 9 years in the making, Cyberpunk 2077 also disappointed some of us, with a lot of bugs, stability and graphic issues. But CD Projekt Red promised that the version 1.1 patch will improve the game. Now, the first post-launch updates have been released on all platforms. Let us give you some of the patches and changes in the game.
The update stated that the changes will be focused on “various stability improvements”, some of this are the memory usage improvements in various systems within the game such as characters, interactions even up to the small details such as street traffic and environmental damage system. There are also various crash fixes that will be included in this stability improvement. The patch includes some bug fixes on quests and open world activities as well some user interface bugs as well. Visual bugs like the grenade trajectory that could be displayed in photo mode have been fixed. There’s also miscellaneous bugs that include saves getting oversized, a weapon wheel issue and the “Continue” button in the Main menu has also been fixed. And of course there has been performance optimization for PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 and improve memory usage for Xbox One, Xbox One X and Xbox One S. For the PC they made it possible to obtain achievement while in Steam offline mode. If you want to go over with the detailed patch notes you can visit this link: https://www.cyberpunk.net/en/news/37373/patch-1-1
Earlier this month, Marcin Iwiński, the founder and co-chief executive of CD Projekt Red gave a detailed apology for the launch quality of Cyberpunk 2077 on older consoles as well an explanation on what went wrong and why. This leads to expect more significant and big updates for the next patch version 1.2 that will be coming in the next few weeks.