The problematic output of Cyberpunk 2077, one of the most talked about games of the year, is tried to be corrected with the patches published. The 1.06 patch was also released recently.
Cyberpunk 2077, published and developed by CD Projekt Red, was released in the past weeks, but unfortunately with some problems. Some of the major bugs such as crashes and performance issues were resolved with 1.04 and 1.05 released. Now the 1.06 patch is released.
The patch is currently available for all platforms. It has a size of approximately 16 GB in consoles and 993 MB in PC.
This patch released specifically focuses on three issues. First of all, the error that corrupted the recording files on the PC was fixed. Previously, if the size of your save file exceeded 8 MB, the recording files in the game would be corrupted and could not be restored. With this patch, this limit was removed, but CD Projekt also stated that the registry files that were corrupted due to this problem cannot be restored.
As a second issue, the number of crashes on consoles has been reduced. Finally, in the Second Conflict quest, the issue where Dum Dum disappeared at the entrance of Totentanz Club has been fixed.
The first major patch, which will be released to solve the problems of the game, especially in the console version, will be released in January 2021 and the second in February 2021.