CD Projekt RED has released patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077. After the smaller hotfixes before and after the holidays, it is the first “big” patch for the game. The update “forms the necessary foundation for upcoming patches,” they say. “We primarily focused on stabilizing the game and eliminating bugs,” explain the developers.
In addition to the stability, many bugs in the quests have also been fixed, which sometimes completely corrupted scores. You can find a long list of bug fixes in the patch notes on CD Projekt RED. A bug where an achievement might not be unlocked has also been fixed. Display errors have also been fixed and the user interface has been tightened.
After the first emergency help with Hotfix 1.06, work was continued on the annoying bug with the save states. Existing saved data is reduced in size, but PC saved states that were damaged prior to Hotfix 1.06 cannot still be repaired.
Reports of new game breaking bug in the main story
As GameStar reported this morning, the new patch also brings new bugs. So there would be a new game breaker that makes it impossible to continue playing. Accordingly, the main mission “Down on the Street” is corrupted. It is therefore recommended that you only install the patch after completing this main mission.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been available since December 2020. The console version of Cyberpunk 2077 did not reach the self-imposed quality standards of CD Projekt RED. Console manufacturers offered the refund on a large scale, and Sony took Cyberpunk 2077 off the PlayStation Store. A novelty. Nonetheless, Cyberpunk sold record breaking in 2077, even after its launch. Most recently, the makers apologized in a video message and gave an outlook.
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