Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated action games of the decade. Upon launch, it was criticized for having more bugs than features.
The game was updated just over a month ago that fixed several issues and the overall stability of the game. Recently, the game received another patch that has fixed several issues that the developers missed or failed to fix in the last update. Patch 1.23 is now available for PC, Stadia, and all consoles.
It brings in some changes to the quest and the open-world gameplay. Some visual improvements can also be spotted in the changelog. CD Projekt Red said that they have also improved the game’s overall performance and fixed some stability-related issues.
If you own Xbox, you should update to the latest version since Patch 1.23 also fixes Cyberpunk becoming unresponsive in certain scenarios. Ever since its release, the AAA title has received nothing but criticism.
Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.23 Changelog:
The Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.23 is now available for PC, Stadia, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5. Some quests that were bugged earlier are now fixed and playable. For example, the Family Matters gig where Juliet’s car would disappear after quest completion is now fixed. The Heist quest has some issues with Jackie’s character model, and “Search the Arasaka officer” objective issue is also fixed.
Some other quests that were fixed include The Nomad, The Beast in Me, The Hunt, Gig: Goodbye, Night City, Queen of the Highway, No Fixers, Gig: Many Ways to Skin a Car and many more. Gamers who were frustrated over NPC body physics will be delighted to know that the bug has been finally fixed. Other fixes include Adam Smasher receiving damage during Cutscene, dropping NPC body causing too much destruction and the Cataresist cyberware bug.
Coming to the visual changes, some changes have been made to Johnny Silverhand’s appearance. Issue’s with some NPC clothes clipping have also been fixed. The way rocks look in the Badlands region have also been changed. Stability improvements include crash fixes for animations, scene, physics, UI and gameplay. The new patch also brings in some memory and I/O optimizations.
If you were playing the game at a resolution of 1,280 x 720, the issues pertaining to the same were also fixed. Issues with the game becoming unresponsive when running in Windowed or Fullscreen Mode have also been fixed. Cyberpunk 2077 will show a message that will ask users to verify the integrity of data if it finds a corrupted save game.
On Xbox, the game had an issue where the pause menu was opening on its own. The issue has now been fixed in the latest patch.