Again and again, CD Projekt RED continues to work hard to repair his Cyberpunk 2077 as he can. After multiple updates more or less important, the firm teases a new one, to come in the coming weeks.
Released in the state we all know, Cyberpunk 2077 is gradually transforming into big updates. Shortly after the 1.22 update released recently (you can find all the details here), CD Projekt has let itself go to a small teasing during its call with investors of the first quarter 2021: yes, a new patch is indeed in preparation, this one is almost finalized and should be out in the next few weeks. Timidly, the Polish firm then gave some initial details about its nature:
I don’t want to announce anything in advance but we are ready to say that the next patch – not a big one – will arrive in the coming weeks. It is almost ready. Of course, we are also working on other fixes.
To add the shapes, the initial fixes focused mainly on the low-level technical aspects. Not just that, of course: we also fix problems and bugs, but we focused on stability, performance, etc. These are the most important aspects, in our opinion. We are now increasingly focused on improving things. I don’t want to promise anything, of course, but in the future, the course of action will be more oriented towards improving certain elements, to further improve the overall quality.
This next patch will not be a huge bandage as the old ones could be, but another smaller one to move towards a more refined experience. From now on, we are waiting to see the list of improvements… as well as a release date.