Cyberpunk 2077 1.1 Patch Failed to Solve Problems for PlayStation Users
With the 1.1 patch released by CD PROJEKT RED for Cyberpunk 2077; it was announced that the crash problems would be resolved. However, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users who installed the patch stated that they are still experiencing crash problems.
In the news we gave you yesterday, we mentioned that the 1.1 patch was released for Cyberpunk 2077. It was stated that the patch released for the console, PC, and Stadia version of the game focuses on optimization. In the patch note published on the official website of Cyberpunk; it was stated that the problems encountered in the open world and missions were corrected and other problems were corrected. However, it seems that the crash issues have still not been fixed on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Cyberpunk 2077 Crash Issues Persist
We talked about why Cyberpunk 2077, developed by CD PROJEKT RED, causes such a crisis in the game world. What has happened since the release of the game and with the last patch released, it is still not at a level to satisfy the players. In the news in Push Square; it is stated that after the 1.1 patch is installed, there are still crash problems and many PlayStation players have experienced similar situations. There are even players who say that the game got worse after installing the patch.
CD PROJEKT RED has announced that it will publish two large patches on the road map for Cyberpunk 2077 in January and February. The first of these patches has been released and the situation does not look good. There is patch 1.2 where bugs will be fixed in the next update.
In the published road map, it was stated that after the 1.2 patch, various updates and improvements will be made for the game until 2022, a free DLC will be released and a free upgrade will be made to new consoles. Finally, click here to read more game news.