Are you still waiting for a playable version of Cyberpunk 2077? Then, your patience has finally paid off. After months of work, the developer CD Project RED launched a substantial new update, patch 1.2.
On their official website, you can find a list of all changes. There are more than 500 of them. The update does not add any new content but is mainly intended to eliminate most of the bugs at the release of Cyberpunk 2077. They improved vehicle management, artificial intelligence, the police, and NPCs’ behavior. They are no longer supposed to be born in a world without animations, and now they will even drive cars without holding a huge bazooka in their hand.
A few other inconveniences were also eliminated. For instance, our hero has now finally figured out how to lie down in bed properly, and developers have finally enabled ray tracing support on AMD graphics cards.
The update is available for PC as well as consoles. Steam users will have to download 28 GB of data and GOG players around 33 GB. On the Xbox One, the update is about 40 GB, and for the PlayStation 4, you will download as much as 47 GB of data.