Prior to the large 1.1 update, the main story quest "Down on the Street" had a "Wait for Takemura's call" objective, but Takemura had a chance of simply.never calling.
The "Cyberpunk 2077" hotfix 1.11 went live Thursday, addressing two bugs, including the one that was preventing players from completing the Down on the Street quest. However, with Patch 1.1 installed, Takemura just stares and doesn't say anything, meaning there's no way to progress past the mission without reverting to an earlier save game.
CD Projekt RED's open world adventure still has its merits for some players, even if it can be a frustrating mixture of glitches. With Keanu being available in the game as a playable character, some people took advantage of it to create a mod that allows them to "have" sexual intercourse with Johnny Silverhand, Reeves' character in the game. After loading such a save on version 1.1, the holocall would lack dialogue options and block interactions with other NPCs. It's not all good news, though. After the update last weekend, randomised stats were not working correctly on loot or dropped gear.
Though Cyberpunk 2077 has suffered from a variety of issues since its December launch, it's attracted its share of fans. It's a real small hotfix in terms of notes, as the only other thing is that "item randomization has been restored to its previous state". It fixed numerous stability issues alongside of some much-needed granular problems, but it also dealt with a particular quest called "Down on the Street".