Bug fixes in dozens of missions and basic improvements: patch 1.21 released for Cyberpunk 2077
CD Projekt RED continues to support Cyberpunk 2077 as promised in a recent announcement. At the end of March, the developers released a large-scale patch 1.2 for the game, which contained more than five hundred improvements. And now, the creators have released patch 1.21 with fixes for various errors in the tasks.
A complete list of the issues fixed in 1.21 can be found on the CDPR website. The main ones concern bugs that arose during the passage of certain secondary missions. For example, the developers fixed “bugs that affected Johnny’s appearance in some quests,” a technical flaw with the access point on the “Audience” mission, scanning clues before talking to a wounded character in the “Cyberpsychotic Attack: Bloody Ritual” assignment, and so on. The total number of fixed mission-related problems reaches three dozen.
Also, CD Projekt RED has implemented some basic improvements. The developers improved the memory usage algorithm; that is, they reduced the likelihood of game crashes, simplified the scanner interface, and made it so that the police cannot appear behind V if he is on the roof of a building.
Recall: Cyberpunk 2077 was released on December 10, 2020, on PC, PS4, Xbox One, GeForce Now, and Google Stadia. Versions of the project for consoles of the current generation should appear in the second half of this year.