Cyberpunk 2077: A patch 1.22 that will be deployed on consoles and PCs

Cyberpunk 2077 Game News: A Patch 1.22 Deployed on Consoles and PCs Posted on 4/28/2021 at 5:53 PM Last month, CD Projekt announced the release of the second major patch announced for Cyberpunk 2077. Two weeks after this 1.2 update, the developer has released a new patch, 1.21, and today announced the arrival of patch 1.22. Starting today, PC, console, and Stadia players can download update 1.22, which will fix the issues identified in the last patch and others on Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt points out that the whole thing aims to improve the track’s performance as well as its stability. The title has been repaid 30,000 times and sold for 13.7 million units. In preparation for the next generation upgrade and the release of expansions we don’t know about yet, the title has yet to be spoiled. Among the improvements to remember, we note an improvement in memory management on PS5, as well as an optimization in the use of the GPU and ESRAM on Xbox One.

Quests and open world

The Metro: Memorial Park data terminal should now count correctly for frequent flyer success. Fixed a display issue in Johnny’s appearance after Lana bought the nomad’s car. Fixed a bug in the contract: We parted until death, which prevented the use of the elevator.Fixed a bug in Epistrophy that could trap the player in the garage if he didn’t follow the drone and instead darkened in the control room would have. A retro fix has been added for the bug fixed in version 1.21 where Takemura could get stuck The Japantown docks in Down on the Street: For players who encountered this bug before patch 1.21 and continued playing until 1.22, will Takemura now teleported to Wakako’s room. Fixed a bug that prevented the player from opening the phone in the apartment around the start of New Dawn Fades Fixed a bug that prevented the player from using weapons and consumables after using a maintenance panel Interacted in Riders on the Storm.


Various clipping errors related to NPC clothing have been fixed.

user interface

Fixed a bug where the subtitles were not properly aligned in the Arabic version.

Stability and performance

Various memory management improvements (reduced number of crashes) and other optimizations. Improved GPU performance when rendering skin and clothing.

Console-specific changes

GPU and ESRAM optimizations and improvements in improving Xbox One memory management on PlayStation 5.

Stage-specific changes

It is no longer possible to get stuck on keyboard shortcut menus when a keyboard is not available.

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