Cyberpunk 2077 Patch is Live With All New Bugs

Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 received its latest 1.1 version patch yesterday, adding new fixes and an extra game breaking bug to this adventure.

The much maligned launch of CD Projekt Red’s Cybperunk 2077 does not look to be getting much better right now as the latest patch for the trouble RPG went live last week. The Polish studio updated their dystopian tale with a version 1.1 patch that was intended to bring an improvement, but it seems that a new bug has also entered the works.

After updating, reports surfaced that players engaged in the ‘Down on the Street’ quest can become stuck mid quest with no possibility of progression. Normally, anybody in the middle of this job would finish up with a call to one of the major NPC characters called Takemura. Unfortunately, the newest update seems stuck allowing players to call this ally but not allowing any in game conversation. The result, a questline that halts progression cold.

CD Projekt Red has released a work around for this latest bug, which join teleportation, crashing, low resolution graphics, and plenty of other unusual behavior. If you are stuck in then you can essentially load an old save from before Takemura and V leave Wakako’s office, complete the character dialogue, and skip a day. It’s far from ideal but if you are mid game then it will at least let you keep playing.

No further detail has been updated on a fix at this time and this latest bug just adds to the troubled launch of this far future RPG. After several delays and a great deal of expectation, the title launched across PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Stadia with a bucket full of bugs, some awful last gen console performance, and even ended up pulled form the PlayStation Store. For us, we’ll be back in Night City when the PlayStation 5 upgrade arrives and the bugs are largely smoothed out. If you want to keep an eye on the support site for more details on a full fix on this and the other issues, head over to the Cyberpunk 2077 support site.

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