Cyberpunk 2077 is entitled to its first major update. As promised, CD Projekt Red is currently rolling out update 1.1 on console (PS4 and Xbox One), PC, and Google Stadia. This first patch of the year seeks to improve the general stability of the controversial game and correct a new handful of bugs.
CD Projekt Red continues to string together Cyberpunk 2077 updates. This Friday, January 22, 2021, the Polish studio launched the deployment of the first major game update, patch 1.1. This is the first update to improve the rendering of the PS4 and Xbox One versions. A second patch, even more substantial, is expected in early February. “These patches will correct most of the general issues encountered by console gamers” CD Projekt Red promised in December.
First of all, the firmware brings general improvements, both intended for PC, console or Stadia versions. The changelog evokes in particular a “Improved memory usage for various game systems” and the correction of “Several bugs related to loading backups”.
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CD Projekt Red improves Cyberpunk 2077 on console
On PlayStation 4, update 1.1 optimizes “Crowd performance” and corrects several “Miscellaneous crashes”. Unsurprisingly, the changelog does not specify which are the exact malfunctions which are corrected by the patch. On Xbox One, CD Project Red promises a “Improved memory usage for character creation, mirrors, scanner, remote camera control and menus”.
As announced in December, this patch aims to improve console gamer experience but does not completely transform the game. “It won’t look like the game running on a next-gen console or premium PC” the Polish studio warned in December. Moreover, the next-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 is not expected before the end of 2021.
Nevertheless, the update brings several fixes for Cyberpunk 2077 on PC. The changelog cites a fix for “Game launch crashes related to loading NVIDIA graphics card cache”. Finally, the studio includes fixes related to minor bugs on Stadia, such as “Corrupt textures”. Did you feel a difference after installing the patch? We await your opinion in the comments below.
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