CD Projekt Red is rolling out its version 1.1 update for Cyberpunk 2077 as promised. The update is available for download on all platforms, including PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia.
Patch 1.1 is available on PC, consoles and Stadia!
In this update, which lays the groundwork for future fixes, we’ve focused on various stability improvements and bug fixes.
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V1.1 focuses only on fixing some of the major bugs and also improves performance in some cases. I won’t go into the full list of bug fixes here, and you can check them out in the source link below, but most of them relate to missions that had issues that were preventing progress further in the game. Game.
Information on performance improvements is less specific, but the CDPR mentions that it has improved memory usage on all platforms. I haven’t seen a particularly big improvement in memory allocation in certain areas of the game that I know of to maximize my VRAM, but your mileage may vary.
On consoles, the PS4 Pro (and subsequently the PS5 which uses the same version) get crowd performance optimizations and also crash fixes. On the Xbox One, you get improved memory optimization in a variety of areas. Meanwhile, the Stadia version has a few fixes and improvements to the default dead zone on the controller.
The CDPR also notes that it has fixed various crashes in the game, especially on the PC. Oddly enough, I never encountered a crash before installing this patch, but did have one within the first few minutes of reading after the patch.
If you were expecting any changes to the AI or other fundamental aspects of the game, you won’t find them here. V1.1 still plays the same as before, just has fewer bugs. CDPR states that this update lays the groundwork for future fixes and that the focus is on stability improvements and bug fixes.
Hopefully future updates bring more gameplay and content changes while continuing to fix bugs.