Why it matters: Including the day-one patch, Cyberpunk 2077 has had three updates since launch. The last one (v1.04) primarily aimed to reduce epilepsy risks. Version 1.05, which rolled out Friday night, is much more significant and addresses numerous issues players have had with the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 has largely been criticized over performance issues, especially regarding how it runs on first-gen PS4s and XB1s. While CD Projekt Red did not list specifics in its v1.05 patch notes, it did mention that it has made “multiple stability improvements, including crash fixes” across all platforms. Crashing has been a major gripe, so this should come as a relief to most players.
The majority of fixes in the new update are for glitches encountered in many quests. In total, there are 30 repairs for specific missions in the game, ranging from not being able to land a helicopter in “Love Like Fire” to not being able to trigger a dialog in “The Information.”
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