It’s not a secret Cyberpunk 2077 is plagued by a number of technical issues, particularly on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Today CD Projekt Red released another hotfix for the problematic game that aims to address some of those issues, including the seemingly arbitrary file size limit for PC Backup files.
As Kotaku Australia reportedPC gamers might see that their backup data is corrupted if the backup file grows past 8MB. The endless quest for cash was a major factor in reaching this cap. Crafting and disassembling items in the game seems to cause Cyberpunk Save the files to make them swell. When they reach that 8MB limit, the game is over. today 1.06 hotfix claims it will prevent this from happening on PC in the future, but will not salvage already damaged storages.
Console gamers – those who have seen the worst CyberpunkThe suffering should also bring a little relief. Today’s patch “improves memory management and stability” and should hopefully “reduce crashes”. CD Projekt Red didn’t mention any specific crashes, but the patch is quite large. For example, the Xbox version reaches 15.3 GB.
It was certainly whitewater fast for two weeks Cyberpunk 2077. On December 14th, CDPR he apologized for the subpar status of the game on previous generation consoles and refunds offered for the game, directing players to Sony and Microsoft digital marketplaces. However, ensuring such a refund was another matterSony completely refuses to spend anything and Microsoft plays by inconsistent rules. Late last week, Sony reversed course and pulled the game
In the short to medium term, CDPR promises that “two big patches” will come into play, one in January and one in February. Despite everything, the game is reportedly a runaway financial hit. CDPR Estimates Cyberpunk 2077 has sold 13 million copies, a number that may or may not account for all refunds issued.