Actually, the 1.1 update should fix other bugs and technical problems. However, “Cyberpunk 2077” players are currently complaining that additional critical bugs crept in with the latest patch.
After the technically and playfully catastrophic launch of the console version of “Cyberpunk 2077”, the developers of CD Projekt promised improvement and promised regular updates that should improve the game.
One of these updates was recently released and brought the game to version 1.1. As the players report, the patch in question provided a bit sharper graphics on the consoles. That should have been it with regard to the improvements, as the patch otherwise worsens the game and causes further critical errors.
Users complain about the unplayable condition
Both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users complain, for example, that “Cyberpunk 2077” regularly crashes after installing the new update and makes playing impossible. Furthermore, with the 1.1 update, a bug that destroys the score is said to have crept in, which affects the previously incorrect mission “Down on the Street”. After installing the new update, Takemura calls as intended, but now doesn’t say a word, which means that the game or the quest cannot continue.
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Even restarting or loading an older game save will not fix this error. Another bug causes different characters to suddenly stop speaking. The bottom line is that Update 1.1 brings more errors than solutions and ensures that “Cyberpunk 2077” is still in an unplayable state, according to users.
CD Projekt has not yet revealed when another update will be released that will fix the new bugs.
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