On Monday, March 29th, after a long wait, CD Projekt released the huge patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077. The huge patch notes for the update contain hundreds of fixed bugs and game errors.
Our test of the huge update shows that the developers are far from the end of Patch 1.2- numerous players are currently reporting a multitude of new bugs, some of which are quite strange.
Sandstorms and other strange bugs
In the past few days, reports from cyberpunk fans who have come across new bugs since the big update have been piling up on Reddit. Fortunately, as the numerous videos show, these are not plot stoppers like broken quests, but rather errors from the cabinet of curiosities.
For example, one player shows problems with dynamic weather changes. With him, Patch 1.2 is said to have so shot his save state that Night City is now in one permanent sandstorm and what Mexico looks like in American movies.
Another bug could be related to the revised vehicles in the new update. The player shows how a car slips through the streets of Night City in a completely unpredictable way.
We noticed the occasionally invisible weapons in the Cyberpunk Patch 1.2 test. The player in the following video seems to have even bigger problems, because he also has clipping errors, washed-out textures and opponents waving their arms wildly.
You can see the strangest bug in the next video: For some reason a billboard suddenly shows the speedometer of a player’s motorcycle.
However, there is also reason to be happy among cyberpunk fans: V is finally sleeping like a normal person and no longer just falling into bed like a drunk teenager.
Don’t let the bugs fool you: Although a few new bugs have been added, the advantages of Update 1.2 clearly outweigh them, as you can read in our update test.
Cyberpunk 2077 is currently available for the first time with a larger discount in the GOG Spring Sale. If you take this opportunity and get the open-world role-playing game, you should take a look at our tips for beginners so that you are perfectly prepared for the next few hours of play.
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