Cyberpunk 2077 remains to be combating its approach by way of some terrible (and hilarious) glitches, however developer CD Projekt Crimson is killing the nastiest bugs pretty shortly: today’s just-released 1.06 hotfix ought to maintain your PC save information from getting irrevocably corrupted in the event that they develop bigger than 8MB in measurement. Sure, that was actually an issue earlier than at the moment.
On console, the sport also needs to have “fewer crashes” as a result of “improved reminiscence administration and stability,” and a personality named Dum Dum (who I’ve not but personally met in my first run on the sport, please don’t choose me, I’ve children) will not vanish in the midst of a quest.
That’s your entire checklist of modifications on this hotfix, so there’s not a lot motive so that you can click through to the whole changelog.
On December thirteenth, the corporate addressed the controversy across the sport’s unfinished state by promising “two massive patches” in January and February to address its terrible performance on PS4 and Xbox One particularly, but additionally mentioned it might situation updates to repair bugs and crashes as quick because it might. We acquired a 1.04 patch that addressed epilepsy dangers on December eleventh, a 1.05 patch on December 18th that squashed a great deal of bugs, and now this 1.06 patch 5 days later.
Although the corporate has offered refunds to dissatisfied gamers, it hasn’t appeared to have an effect on the sport’s general success: Cyberpunk 2077 sold over 13 million copies even counting those refunds, greater than making up for its eight-year growth finances and advertising marketing campaign.