In the form of Patch 1.1, Cyberpunk 2077 has got its first “major” fix, so to say. CD Projekt Red, the game’s developer, shared on the official website the changelog for the patch and said it was out for PC, consoles, and Stadia. It focuses on improvements in stability, some visual fixes, Quest fixes, and more. There are also certain console-specific and PC-specific modifications. Last week, Marcin Iwinski, co-founder of CD Projekt, posted an apology video in which he promised a major patch within 10 days and looks like the developers delivered it.
Patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077 provides all platforms, including PC, console, and Stadia, with some stability improvements, open world and quest fixes, UI changes, visual fixes, and some more improvements. In different systems, CD Projekt Red has made improvements in memory usage and fixed different crashes. The Epistrophy side quest bugs faced by players have been addressed in terms of fixes for quests and open world gameplay. Other quests have also been addressed, including Pyramid Song, Poem of The Atoms, Space Oddity, and more.
Pink hue on some particles that appeared when viewing up close were fixed in terms of visual fixes for Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.1. Incorrect car spawning in Reported Crime: The achievement of Welcome to Night City was also addressed. Oversized saves are said to have been fixed, unresponsive weapon wheel, and a few other miscellaneous bugs. Performance on the PS4 Pro and PS5 has been optimized in terms of PlayStation-specific changes for Cyberpunk 2077, and there are crash fixes for the PS4. For different aspects of the game, Xbox users can expect improved memory usage. It would be possible to get Steam achievements in offline mode for PC users. Start-up crashes have also been fixed. Corrupted textures have been fixed on several melee weapons on Stadia, default deadzone settings and other fixes have been made more responsive.
Patch 1.1 on a PC ranges from 5.4GB to 6.7GB for Cyberpunk 2077. On consoles, the size is 17GB. As per last week’s developer announcement, there will be a patch 1.2 in the coming weeks that will enhance the game on all platforms further. In order to improve the overall game experience, CD Projekt Red said it will continue to fix the bugs players encounter and listen to feedback.