CD Projekt Red released patch 1.1 for Cyberpunk 2077, Is the first of many updates and fixes that they have planned throughout 2021. Patch 1.1 focuses heavily on stability, says CDPR, which will continue to improve in the next patch planned 1.2.
In terms of stability, CDPR says it has addressed memory use associated with many of the game’s systems including characters, navigation, street traffic, and more. They also fixed fixes for crashes while loading save and opening or closing the game.
Related to some prominent personalities Save the corruption cases file Shortly after launch, CDPR says it fixed an issue “responsible for high-volume preservation (related to the modifier that indicates whether an item is manufactured), and has shrunk the excess volume of preservation already in place.” This will not repair save files that were already corrupted before the previous hotfix 1.06.
For PC users specifically, CDPR says gamers should now be able to score while Steam is offline. Also in the PC fix list is “Game startup crashes related to buffering loading on NVIDIA graphics cards.”
You can catch the rest Update notes for patch 1.1 On the CDPR website.
This is the first of several updates and corrections throughout 2021 that CDPR said they had planned very quickly road map From last week. At the same time as the Road Map, CDPR also posted the video of the Apology above and Page on their site Dedicated to their progress towards improving the game.
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