Cyberpunk 2077 has just quietly added several new updates since its 2020 release.
According to ScreenRant, CD Projekt Red’s sci-fi action role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 just got its first update of 2022 without any announcement from the studio. This update comes before Cyberpunk’s next-gen upgrade, which doesn’t yet have a specific release date.
Cyberpunk 2077 has been plagued with controversy, its messy launch in the game’s history has resulted in countless refund requests, harsh criticism from players, and even being removed from the PlayStation Store. Most of the problems players have with Cyberpunk stem from slowness and poor performance on older consoles, in addition to a lot of the game’s cut content.
The negative publicity was exacerbated when CD Projekt Red did not allow review stores to show footage from console builds of the game. The culmination of these controversies was the lawsuit against CD Projerk Red, after which the developer had to pay a sum of nearly $2,000,000 to investors
Admittedly CD Projekt Red managed to fix many of the game’s issues, as evidenced by a recent patch discovered by user *ssCrack_42069 on Reddit. It was added to Steam Database on January 14th without any notice from the developer. The update came so quietly for two reasons: because it was the first update to the game, which had been buggy for months, and the first update of the new year.
An earlier statement from CD Projekt Red indicated that gen Cyberpunk 2077 will be released in the first quarter of 2022, so many fans can expect a larger patch that fixes the bugs. whole game.