For Xbox and PlayStation platforms, Cyberpunk 2077’s second promised hotfix is out. According to developer CD Projekt Red, the PC version will follow soon,” The comprehensive list of fixes can be read here.
Although there doesn’t seem to be something as critical as the epilepsy risk mitigation improvements made in the 1.04 hotfix last week, hopefully, this latest update can trigger a few fewer problems with what has become a rather buggy game.
The game has been out for a little over a week and players have been criticizing the game, particularly on older consoles, for its various bugs and performance problems.
The uproar prompted Sony to give full refunds for digital copies of the game and take the unusual step of yanking the game on Thursday night from the PlayStation Store. The game has not returned to Sony’s storefront as of this writing.
Refunds for digital copies are also provided by Microsoft, while the game remains available for digital purchase. CD Projekt Red has also promised to pay “out of our own pocket if necessary” refunds for retail purchases of the game if players submit refund requests by 21 December.
To make the game run smoother in January and February, CD Projekt Red has committed to launching two larger updates. “Together, these can address the most significant issues facing gamers on last-gen consoles,” according to the studio.”