CD Projekt Purple has whacked the newest mole it inadvertently added to Cyberpunk 2077. Following last week’s major update, some gamers discovered that they had been unable to progress previous a sure level. Six days later, CDPR has rolled out a fix for that game-breaking bug.
Hotfix 1.11 is on the market on PC, consoles and Stadia!
This replace restores merchandise randomization and fixes a bug which affected some customers’ holocall with Takemura in Down on the Road quest.
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The problem occurred within the mission Down on the Road for gamers who saved their sport in the course of the “Wait For Takemura’s Name” goal on model 1.06 of Cyberpunk 2077. If a participant loaded that save within the 1.1 patch, dialogue choices could have been lacking throughout stated name. The bug additionally prevented gamers from interacting with different characters. It was a problem that solely emerged below particular circumstances, nevertheless it was important sufficient to dam gamers from progressing.
The 1.11 hotfix (which is now stay on PC, consoles and Stadia) additionally rolled again a change to merchandise randomization. CDPR wrote in the patch notes that it might want to additional examine a “save/load loot exploit.”
Earlier this week, CDPR launched the primary set of official modding instruments for the sport. Although modders have already been having their fun with Cyberpunk 2077, the instruments ought to allow extra tinkerers to construct on high of CDPR’s imaginative and prescient of Evening Metropolis whereas they look ahead to DLC and the subsequent huge patch that ought to repair extra points in the notoriously buggy game.