Cyberpunk 2077 debuted with a host of issues. From game-breaking bugs to performance problems, these snags affected players on both console and PC. As such, it’s been pulled from the PlayStation Store, while Microsoft is warning Xbox players about bugs and offering refunds, though it’s still available on Steam.
For those still toughing it out, the game’s first major update is now available to download, IGN reports. Developer CD Projekt RED says Patch 1.1 is focused on “various stability improvements.” Similar fixes will arrive in patch 1.2, but the lengthy list here is a good start.
After multiple delays, Cyberpunk 2077 arrived in early December alongside a 43GB day-one patch. But bugs soon emerged—including NPC behavior, glitches, and performance hiccups—especially on previous-generation consoles, forcing Sony and Microsoft to offer refunds and issue warnings about the game’s bugs.
You can see the full list of patch notes via the official Cyberpunk 2077 website, but some of the updates include memory usage improvements in various systems within the game, from foliage and laser effects to street traffic and environmental damage system. CD Projekt RED also promises crash fixes related to loading saves, game opening/closing and Point of No Return, among other things.