Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt plots the route towards patch 1.2: what can we expect?

Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt plots the route towards patch 1.2: what can we expect?
CD Projekt RED has been up to their word, and in just under ten days they released the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.1 that founder Marcin Iwinski promised us in his apology video.

Unlike the three hotfixes that preceded it, the new update was published simultaneously on all platforms, including Google Stadia. The patch addressed a wide variety of issues that affected the gameplay and continuation of certain quests, as well as improving stability and introducing platform-specific improvements.

Introducing the changes applied, CD Projekt RED explained that they lay the groundwork for future interventions and provided clues as to what we can expect from Patch 1.2 (which should be released in February) and beyond. The Polish studio has confirmed that it will continue to work on the stability of the experience, calibrating the use of memory in the various game systems. At the same time, he will not stop working on fixing bugs - many are still present in the game - and listening to player feedback to improve the overall gaming experience.

The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 was downright problematic, but the developers are working hard to deliver the title they expected to players. Refunds have already started, while there is still no news of the return of Cyberpunk 2077 for sale on PlayStation Store.

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