Before the holidays, “Cyberpunk 2077” received another update.
CD Projekt Red has been steadily launched Cyberpunk 2077 Patches since the game was released. The latest version is now available on the PC and console. As with these updates in general, the list of comments is small because they are designed to solve specific problems.
The biggest change in patch 1.06 is to bring a fix for the file corruption error on the PC, which usually occurs when the file size exceeds 8MB. This patch removes the restriction to prevent this from happening in the future, but it will not repair your corrupted save.
For PS4 and Xbox One, 1.06 improves memory management to prevent crashes in some cases. Both PCs and game consoles benefit from the restoration of the “Second Conflict” mission, which means that Dum Dum will no longer be missing from the Totentanz entrance.
Cyberpunk 2077 ends with a sour taste. Despite the lively early reviews, the game has since fallen into a quagmire due to the poor performance of PS4 and Xbox One. The state prompted Sony to withdraw it from the PlayStation Store and convinced Microsoft and even GameStop to accept returns and provide refunds.
Despite this, CD Projekt Red announced this week that the game has sold more than 13 million units since its release.