Cyberpunk 2077 The 1.2 patch that came for the game in the past months did not make the players smile. The incoming patch caused major optimization problems, especially on the PlayStation console side. To overcome all these problems, the team decided to bring an update again. Currently, the 1.21 patch, a new update for the game, has been released. The patch fixes numerous optimization issues and in-game bugs. Here are all the details about the patch:
Cyberpunk 2077 keeps getting updates
Cyberpunk 2077 got the first fix update after patch 1.2 and fixed some of the issues created by the patch in question. So this patch further improved the overall stability of the game. Patch 1.21 PC’from on consoles and StadiaPublished in. As with other patches and fixes CD Projekt Red shared a long list of fixes and improvements that this update brings. This list includes fixes for mission, open world, gameplay, UI, stability and performance issues, except for some console-specific changes.
Cyberpunk 2077, 1.21 patch notes
Formal on the website As shared, patch 1.21 brings fixes and improvements to Cyberpunk 2077. Addressed issues with Cyberpsycho Sighting missions such as Discount Doc and Bloody Ritual in terms of mission and open world fixes. The in-game character Takemura will no longer be stuck in Japantown Docks during the Down on the Street mission. Along with fixes for numerous missions included in the game, many fixes for missions set in Japan have been made.
Gameplay and other fixes
In terms of gameplay and other fixes, NCPD officers will no longer appear suddenly behind the player when they commit a crime on the roof. NPCs have just gotten smoother. The user interface has now been made more stable thanks to this patch. Patch 1.21 for Cyberpunk 2077 brought with it memory management improvements.
In terms of console specific fixes PlayStation 4′The Japanese version of Cyberpunk 2077 will now allow players to select stickers in Photo Mode using the circle button. In addition, many optimization problems and bugs were fixed with this patch.
Patch 1.21 is about 1.6 GB in size on Steam, and this size varies depending on the platform. According to the timeline shared by CD Projekt Red, patch 1.21 is among the last major update. The game will now receive smaller updates for bugs that occur after this patch.
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