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Cyberpunk 2077's much-needed 1.2 patch will be making its way to PC, consoles, and Stadia "soon", CD Projekt RED has confirmed. The open-world sci-fi RPG got off to a rough start when it launched late last year, prompting apologies and promises to do better from the developer.
The slightly delayed 1.2 patch is a substantial step forward for Cyberpunk 2077, offering literally hundreds of changes both big and small. Some of these were teased earlier this month - such as fixes to the way police in Night City appear and act - but there are plenty more we're just now learning about.
The patch notes cover changes to the game's quest, open world, design, levels, audio, UI, stability, bug fixes, and so much more. You can expect everything from to huge adjustments like the enabling of ray-tracing on AMD graphics cards all the way through to fun little tweaks to the way characters behave.
Below is just a small sample of fixes and adjustments:
As I say, it's a long, long list of changes. You can check out the full rundown over on the Cyberpunk 2077 website. CDPR has yet to announce a set release date for the patch, but it should be arriving very soon. It remains to be seen if this update will be enough to return Cyberpunk 2077 to the PlayStation Store, where it has now been missing for over 100 days.
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