Developer CD Projekt Red has released Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. According to the developer, this update “lays the groundwork for the upcoming patches.” The patch notes are outlined below. However, be aware that it could also cause some of its own problems.
The two biggest things addressed in Cyberpunk 2077 with this update are memory usage and crashes. According to the patch notes, the update makes some “memory improvements in various systems within the game” to stabilize performance. Additionally, the patch addresses the myriad crash issues, particularly related to loading game saves and the Point of No Return, that part where players are told they can’t go back once the final mission starts.
Patch 1.1 makes a number of important changes to questing as well, such as circumstances where players couldn’t finish certain missions due to game hiccups. One example is in Delamain’s questline, Epistrophy, in which players sometimes couldn’t pick up or receive his calls to progress the quest. Another is in Takemura’s quest Down on the Street, where players occasionally wouldn’t receive a call from him. CD Projekt Red says these issues and others like them have been fixed in Patch 1.1. However, it appears it could have added a bug of its own. Players say a mission “fixed” in the patch can actually still be game-breaking.
Author Jeremy Winslow
Original Post by GameSpot