Many problems are eliminated with the 1.1 update. Many quest bugs have also been addressed, and the issue causing save files to baloon has been addressed as well.
Fixed an issue where players were unable to receive calls from Delamain when approaching related vehicles in the Epistrophy side mission. The popular game has been received by gamers and enthusiasts alike with mixed impressions and is now aiming to do better with the patch.
Interestingly, players have been reporting to VICE that despite receiving refunds from CD Projekt RED for their digital and physical versions of Cyberpunk 2077, they have been allowed to keep their copies of the game, so it's unclear how much of the sales figures translate to revenue.
(Pocket-lint) - As promised, Cyberpunk 2077's first big update is now available for PCs, consoles, and Stadia. CDPR says this update lays the groundwork for the upcoming patches and that the focus was on stability improvements and bug fixes. In more practical terms, we've memory usage improvements, crash fixes, and a load of quest and save bugs getting addressed. All-around it's an update packed with bug fixes, so check out the full details below to see what's changed.
"It weighs roughly 1.1GB, but implements changes to already existing files, meaning around 60GB of data has to be changed", reads a tweet from GOG regarding the patch size.
After an unpleasant launch past year, Cyberpunk 2077 has been struggling with a lot of issues. The game arrived in a buggy state, especially on older consoles. CDPR itself eventually launched a refund program to help players who couldn't return the game to the store they bought it from.