Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red’s retro-futuristic RPG game, has been handed yet another patch to help iron out some kinks across various aspects of the game, from content to performance. Today’s update is a hotfix (1.22), which “addresses the most frequently reported issues since the last patch and introduces further improvements to stability and performance of the game”.
The patch notes for this hotfix aren’t all that extensive, but do target some pesky issues players will surely be glad to see the back of. Most of the changes in the hotfix address hiccups around the open-world game’s, well, open world and quests – for example, some scenarios where you or an NPC could get trapped in certain spots, or find yourself unable to use a key quest item or consumables have been solved. You’ll also find Johnny Silverhand won’t glitch after you’ve picked up the Nomad car from Lana anymore, which I’m sure will be a relief for Johnny.
Elsewhere, other changes include “various memory management improvements” – which means fewer game crashes – as well as some fixes specific to console and Stadia version of the game.