Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new bug fixing patch

Cyberpunk 2077 just got a new patch with one a lot of of bug fixes.

The new update, patch 1.52, does not add any new content, but fixes many Cyberpunk 2077 bugs, including a crucial fix that solves the storage problems of this game on PlayStation.

Patch 1.52 rolled out today with dozens of optimizations also aiming to improve the game’s performance on different platforms. The most notable fixes alongside the memory issues include memory improvements and crash fixes on next-gen consoles.

Importing a PlayStation 5 save while disconnected from PlayStation Network no longer prevents you from continuing the game. Also fixed an issue when importing PS4 saves – corrupted game is no longer created if no saves are exported.

There are also a number of fixes for abandoned quests that were previously blocking progress, including:

  • Bubble Love – Fixed an issue where Johnny could despawn if the player exited the booth before interacting with the projector, blocking progress.
  • Life During War – Fixed an issue where selecting a blue dialog option twice upon arrival at the crash site would block progress.
  • The Intel – Fixed an issue where the doors to Lizzie’s would be closed during the hours they were supposed to be open, blocking progress.

There are dozens of other fixes as well, including lots of visual tweaks and foxes for performance-related bugs.

See the patch notes for a full list of all improvements in patch 1.52.

New Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay screenshots

In addition, the developers of Cyberpunk 2077 are investigating whether the Xbox Series S version of the game can reach 60 fps. Although crowd reactions for both pedestrians and vehicles have already been improved in patch 1.5, it looks like only next-gen consoles will see this.

Meanwhile, CD Projekt Red has reportedly scaled back support for Cyberpunk 2077 in order to work on the upcoming expansion.

Need help navigating Cyberpunk 2077? Check out our guides as well as some tips and tricks to help you get ahead.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. you can follow him Twitter. Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new bug fixing patch

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