Delayed due to all kinds of filthy hax, patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077 has finally been released and is a big problem.
The most recent patch is part of CD Projekt Red’s quest to fix the myriad of problems with which Cyberpunk 2077 was released in December last year. The list is long, but includes fixes and improvements for a number of gameplay, quality of life, stability and graphics issues that have affected players across all platforms.
Earlier this month, CD Projekt Red introduced some of the fixes that we could expect in patch 1.2 through a series of video clips framed as N54 News ads. These highlighted adjustments to the NCPD’s response time (they will no longer appear behind you and will take time to reach the crime scene), improved vehicle controls, the ability to rock your vehicle to release it if it gets stuck in something and improvements in dodge mechanics, which means you’re less likely to accidentally throw yourself into tall buildings.
Perhaps most importantly, you can now buy cat food at various food stores in Night City, making the process of adopting Nibbles a little easier.
If you’re looking for something specific, feel free to search the official Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes to find any fixes you’ve been waiting for, and remember, they’re not over yet. More updates are on the way.
Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.2 is about 34 GB on the PC, 40 GB on the Xbox and 44 GB on the PlayStation.