After a difficult launch and several revisions, Cyberpunk 2077 got his first major patch.
in a tweet on the Cyberpunk Twitter account, developer CD Projekt Red (CDPR) announced patch 1.1 for PC, console, and Stadia, which focuses on various stability improvements and bug fixes. Additionally, CDPR said the patch “sets the stage” for future patches.
Patch 1.1 is out now for PC, consoles, and Stadia!
In this update, which lays the foundation for future patches, we focus on various stability improvements and bug fixes.
– Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) January 22, 2021
The tweet included a link to a website listing all the changes included in patch 1.1. It’s a long list, but some of the highlights include improved memory usage in multiple areas, bug fixes related to loading saved games, opening or closing the game, and the ‘Point of No Return’, a section of the A game in which players begin the end of the main story and can no longer complete the secondary content.
On top of that, patch 1.1 fixes various issues with missions, UI, and more. CDPR’s patch notes say the update improves performance on PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 5 consoles, while Xbox One, One X, and One S players should see better memory usage in various areas of the game.
You can read the full list of patches here.
If these changes will have a large enough impact on Cyberpunk 2077 It remains to be seen repair the damage from his rocky launch. The game came buggy, especially on older consoles. CDPR released fixes to fix some of the worst problems. Finally, Sony brought out Cyberpunk from the PlayStation Store, and retailers began offering refunds. CDPR itself eventually launched a rebate program to help players who were unable to return the game to the store where they purchased it. Investors also filed a lawsuit against CDPR alleging that the company misled them about gambling issues.
The edge notes that CDPR announced another major patch that would follow this update. The developer called it a “bigger and more significant update” and it will arrive in the next few weeks.