We don’t need to repeat the multiple problems you have Cyberpunk 2077 and that led CD Projekt Red managers to apologize to the players. As we knew, that title was going to have post-launch updates that were going to gradually fix the bugs and errors of the game. Sadly, the first one also added a very troublesome new bug to the game.
Patch 1.1 of Cyberpunk 2077 It has been available since last Friday, January 22, on all platforms. As promised, it fixes various stability issues, fixes bugs, and fixes various missions. You can read here about all the changes
However, this update also added a new ‘bug’ to the game that can ruin a single player game. It is related to the character Goro Takemura and the mission ‘Down in the Street’.
Shortly after the 1.1 patch rollout to Cyberpunk 2077, players began to report that, after finishing the aforementioned mission, Goro would call them and remain silent. This stops the game and prevents progress.
Reloading the game does not work to fix this problem, as the ‘bug’ will occur again at this point. However, there is a workaround shared by CD Projekt Red for those lucky enough to have a game prior to the time V and Takemura leave the Wakako office. Once the conversation between the two characters ends and the mission progression is updated, you must skip 23 hours ahead. That will make the call and conversation go smoothly.
Although it is true that the patch 1.1 in Cyberpunk 2077 fixes many issues, players are not happy that it introduces such a serious problem as this.
Source: PC Gamer