Cyberpunk 2077 has its first “big” fix in the form of Patch 1.1, so to speak. CD Projekt Red, the game’s developer, posted the changelog for the patch on the official website and said it was available for PC, consoles and stadiums. It focuses on stability improvements, some visual fixes, fixes for quests, and more. There are also some console-specific and PC-specific changes. Last week, CD Projekt co-founder Marcin Iwinski posted an apology video promising an important patch within 10 days and apparently being delivered by the developers.
Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 brings some stability improvements, Open World and Quest fixes, UI changes, visual fixes, and a few other improvements for all platforms including PC, Console, and Stadia. CD Projekt Red has improved memory usage in various systems and fixed various crashes. Regarding fixes for quests and open world gameplay, we have addressed the Epistrophy side quests that players face. Other quests like Pyramid Song, Poem of Atoms, Space Oddity and more were also addressed.
Regarding visual fixes for Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.1, fixed a pink tint on some particles that appeared when viewed up close. Incorrect spawning of cars in the reported crime: Welcome to Night City was also addressed. Oversized parades, unresponsive weapon wheels, and several other miscellaneous bugs are said to have been fixed.
Regarding PlayStation-specific changes for Cyberpunk 2077, performance has been tweaked on PS4 Pro and PS5, and there are crash fixes for PS4. Xbox users can expect improved memory usage for various aspects of the game. For PC users, it would be possible to take Steam Achievements offline. Startup crashes have also been fixed. In Stadia, corrupted textures have been fixed on several melee weapons, the default dead zone settings have become more responsive along with other fixes.
Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.1 on PC ranges from 5.4 GB to 6.7 GB. It’s 17 GB on consoles. According to the developer announcement from last week, there will be a patch 1.2 in the coming weeks that will further improve the game on all platforms. CD Projekt Red said it will continue to fix the bugs players encounter and hear feedback to improve the overall gaming experience.
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