CDPR has announced several patches for Cyberpunk 2077. While the patch announcement is great news for fans of the original game, they are also rather pointless. The patch is essentially fabric fixes that will do very little to improve the game. Rather than focusing on specific fixes, CDPR has provided a Stability Improvement chart that shows a noticeable reduction in the game’s crash rates. Unfortunately, the chart isn’t detailed enough to determine the impact of the patch.
Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.3 introduces a new item – Optical Camo! This cyberware implant was originally cut from the game, but now it’s back! It grants invisibility for a limited time and is now available for purchase. Read on for more details! Cyberware is a type of implant which adds a unique feature to the character – it’s like having a new super power!
The Optical Camo cyberware is now available in the game, with a rarity level increase of five/10/15. Some NPCs now have the ability, and you will be visible while grappling an enemy. Combat AI has also been improved, allowing players to engage in more consistent and smoother combat. New enemy animations also make enemies move to better positions to give players a tactical advantage. There are several other new features and fixes in the latest Optical Camo patch, which you can read about below!
Optical Camo is an Integumentary System cyberware item that grants invisibility for a limited time. This item is available in legendary, rare, and epic rarities. Rare variants grant invisibility for 15 seconds, while epic and legendary versions grant invisibility for 60 seconds. However, it’s important to note that each type of Optical Camo has a different cooldown, with Legendary granting invisibility for 60 seconds, and rare granting fifteen seconds of invisibility.
The new Optical Camo cyberware adds a new ability that makes you invisibility in visible light. Unlike normal camouflage, the ability to blend into the environment makes the user impossible to spot in visible light. Because of its powerful capabilities, it’s an ideal choice for stealth builders, and can also help in open combat situations where a player can confuse enemies. While it’s not an entirely new feature, it’s definitely worth checking out.
The latest cyberpunk update adds new features to the game, including ray-traced local light shadows and native achievement support on PS5 and Xbox Series X. PlayStation Trophies will not carry over to the new versions, but Xbox 360 and PS3 players can expect their achievements to transfer automatically. PlayStation 3 and PS4 players will have to earn back their old PlayStation Trophies before transferring them to their PS5 or Xbox 360 systems.
The game’s long-awaited next-gen update, patch 1.5, is now available. This fifty-gigabyte update adds enhancements for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The developers of CD Projekt RED showed off enhanced gameplay on their livestream. The studio said that the update would include 4K resolution, HDR support, and visual improvements. Additionally, the patch adds native achievement support for Xbox Series X/S. This means that Xbox achievements will automatically appear on the new version with the Smart Delivery feature.
The latest Cyberpunk 2077 update will include free DLC and several other changes. Players can now customize their apartments by purchasing additional weapons in shops, making them more appealing to players. In addition, players can now perform custom piercing and hairstyles. Additionally, ray-traced local light shadows will be available. Cyberpunk 2077 is free on Xbox One and PlayStation, with a free trial available on PlayStation stores.
CDPR has also promised a next-gen patch for Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 and Series XS. The patch is now live and will bring new features, including the ability to customize V’s appearance. It also includes improvements to Night City, including combat A.I., crowd improvements, and vehicle traffic. If you’ve been waiting for this upgrade, make sure to upgrade to the next generation version of the game. You won’t regret it.
Fixes for lingering issues
Cyberpunk 2077’s latest update has been causing problems for some players. Released late last week, the patch is supposed to fix lingering bugs, but many players are still experiencing trouble. The game’s “Down on the Street” mission is one of those examples. In the previous update, you’d be able to talk with V at Japantown, but now, when you try to speak with him, he remains silent. It’s as if he’s never talked to you. Here’s what you need to know about the latest update:
In addition to fixing the lingering issues, the patch also fixes the PlayStation 5 version’s problem with reflective roads. Xbox One players will now no longer encounter the ‘Options’ screen while playing Cyberpunk 2077. Players will no longer experience “hung” graphics when entering the pause menu on Xbox One and PlayStation 5.
The game’s previous update, “Patch 1.0,” brought a few improvements to the gameplay and was a great step forward, but still a far cry from perfect. CD Projekt Red has been busy fixing the game’s lingering issues, which have hampered gameplay on older consoles. Thankfully, the latest patch is now live on all platforms and addresses many of the issues you’d found in previous versions.
The BD headset no longer spawns in Judy’s hands after she places it on V’s head. Takemura would not be able to get out of the elevator at the construction site if she tried to use the stairs. Some lingering issues were resolved, but it’s worth noting that a player could get stuck inside the car while on the roof. This is fixed in the latest patch, but players shouldn’t expect to see the new ‘Panam’ dialogue right away.
Those who had trouble with V sneaking past shutter doors will be happy to know that he has now fixed another issue with how fast he reloads weapons. In addition, the reload time of certain weapon perks has been fixed. The player can now use a grenade while using a non-interactive device. The player can no longer use an NPC as a human shield when applying the Police warrant. Additionally, the grenade trajectory preview will no longer be inaccurate if you aim from extreme angles. The player can now use the Deadeye clothing mod to protect themselves from EMP Grenades and other lingering issues.
There were several issues related to the game’s quest completion. One of the most annoying issues that was preventing players from completing the mission was when the player was forced to save the game in the middle of it. This was causing a player to become stuck when they were attempting to rescue Judy and their cabs. As well, this problem caused players to fail at the first quest and end up reloading the mission several times.