Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.2 Patch is Finally Here, and It’s Big

After being delayed following the ransomware attack last month, Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.2 patch finally hits live and doesn’t disappoint, introducing a plethora of bug fixes and rebalancing. With patch notes being upwards of 8000 words and a file size ranging from 30-40 gigs, CD Projekt Red's final big patch ends on a high note.

Cyberpunk 2077's 1.2 Patch is Finally Here, and It's BigWith hundreds upon hundreds of bug fixes, some of which aren’t even documented in the patch notes, Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.2 patch helps address numerous issues ranging from overall stability to the game, rebalancing the game’s steering, and fixing soft locks and quests not being triggered.

The update ranges from a staggering 30-40 gigs depending on your system, with the PC notes clocking in at almost 8000 words. For reference, the 1.1 notes were only 500 or so words.

Among the chief issues fixed in the 1.2 patch is the police system; no longer will the NCPD teleport behind you the instant you commit a crime, but instead, give you time to react to their response. CD Projekt Red has also added a host of new key bindings, most notably giving options to unbind and rebind the dodge key.

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Ray tracing has also been added to AMD cards, and console users will see a wide host of stability and performance fixes.

Keep an eye out for more news from CD Projekt Red; more content for the RPG is scheduled for this year, with free DLCs being next on the block.

Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.2 patch is available now on all systems.

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