- Changes to Cyberpunk 2077’s Steam database indicate that an update is coming soon to address bugs introduced with the previous patch.
- Melee weapon animations, blood-pump cyberware, and map markers are among the issues that may be addressed in the upcoming update.
- Fans can expect the development team to give these bugs the attention they deserve, given the studio’s commitment to fixing issues in Cyberpunk 2077.
Changes to Cyberpunk 2077‘s Steam database indicate that an update is being prepared for the game. Its next update is expected to address some annoying bugs that were introduced with Cyberpunk 2077‘s previous patch.
Cyberpunk 2077‘s last update introduced some major additions, like a full metro system, replayable car races, boss fight improvements, new romance events, and more. With that update implementing some significant features, it might not come as a surprise that plenty of new bugs were introduced as well. Historically, Cyberpunk 2077 has struggled with bugs, and although its development team has greatly improved on this issue since the game’s release, there are still some bugs in the game. Fortunately for fans of the sci-fi dystopian RPG, it seems that fixes to some of these bugs are coming sooner rather than later.
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Cyberpunk 2077‘s SteamDB tracker indicates that its development team has something in the pipeline, which usually indicates that an update is on the horizon. Bothersome bugs have plagued some users since the game’s previous 2.1 update. These bugs include melee weapon finisher animations not triggering, disappearing blood-pump cyberware, map markers vanishing, and more. CD Projekt Red has announced that it’s aware of some of these issues, seemingly inferring that it’s working on solutions. The studio hasn’t confirmed that this soon-to-be-released update will focus on bug fixes, but it seems likely that this will be the case.
Based on CD Projekt Red’s dedication over recent years to fix the issues within Cyberpunk 2077, fans can expect the development team to give these newest issues their due attention. Cyberpunk 2077 patches are usually released on Tuesdays, and there’s still a bit of time for that to happen today on January 9, but otherwise, fans might have to wait until next Tuesday on January 16. Despite the game’s newest bugs, fans have been enjoying Cyberpunk 2077‘s Phantom Liberty DLC, so much so that it sold 700,000 units in December alone.
Cyberpunk 2077‘s newest expansion released to rave reviews, and has played a major part in the revival of the once-panned and bug-filled game. In return for CD Projekt Red’s determined efforts to turn its newest game around, Cyberpunk 2077 won the Best Ongoing Game award at The Game Awards 2023, a category that recognizes “outstanding development of ongoing content that evolves the player experience over time.”
Looking at Cyberpunk 2077‘s original state compared to today, this is a rightfully earned reward. Now that CD Projekt Red has gotten its game to a respectful state, the AAA studio has announced that it’s mostly done working on new content for Cyberpunk 2077. It’s reportedly working on the next game in the Witcher franchise, as well as a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an RPG set in a future dystopian world. Players take up the role of V, who works as a mercenary in Night City in California. Gameplay involves branching dialogue, open-world exploration, character classes, and combat.
- December 10, 2020