Cyberpunk 2077 has actually been pestered by bugs since its release on December 10th, and this marks the fourth hotfix release to rapidly repair problems. The majority of the bugs and concerns havent been game-breaking like this one, and its motivating to see CD Projekt Red fix the issue after simply a few days.
CD Projekt Red is also planning another significant 1.2 spot that is supposed to be a “bigger, more substantial upgrade” that will show up in the coming weeks.
Cyberpunk 2077s huge new 1.1 patch presented a game-breaking bug previously this week, and now Developer CD Projekt Red is fixing it. A brand-new 1.11 hotfix is offered throughout PC, Stadia, and Xbox/ PlayStation consoles today. While it likewise brings back product randomization to a previous state, the primary function is to repair the game-breaking part of the “Down on the Street” quest.
The quest includes a holocall thats supposed to set off progress through the primary part of Cyberpunk 2077s storyline, but some gamers discovered the call was silent and obstructed progress of the video game. CD Projekt Red published a workaround after a couple of hours, and has now followed up with a hotfix after the issue was identified earlier today.