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The first big 'Cyberpunk 2077' patch has arrived

Richard Lawler
·Senior News Editor
·1 min read

As promised, the first of two early-2021 patches for CD Projekt Red’s troubled Cyberpunk 2077 has arrived. This updates the game to version 1.1 on PC, consoles and Stadia, and according to the notes it lays the groundwork for future updates, while also addressing memory usage and crash problems.

The patch, which is available now, comes in at between 6-9 GB on Steam, about 1GB via GOG, 16GB~ on Xbox or PS4.

Just over a week ago CD Projekt Red laid out a schedule for updates beyond this one and the next patch, due in February, which should a more significant update. Some console-specific tweaks in this update include crowd size optimization on PS4 Pro and PS5, as well as memory usage tweaks on the Xbox One family of systems. On PC, Steam players can obtain achievements while playing offline, and there are some Stadia-only fixes as well.