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Cyberpunk 2077 Major Update still didn’t fix some major bugs and glitches

Cyberpunk 2077, glitches and bugs

CD Projekt Red (CDPR) released a massive update for their Cyberpunk 2077 title, with a long list of positive changes. However, Twitch streamers and Youtubers quickly showcased how the Cyberpunk 2077 major update still hasn’t solved many issues.

CYBERPUNK 2077 MAJOR UPDATE STILL HASN’T FIXED VEHICLE-HAILING SERVICE

The Cyberpunk 2077 March 1.2 update brought about massive positive changes to the game. Some of the biggest changes include enabling Ray Tracing on AMD graphics cards, which is a huge boon for many gamers. They also addressed the weird way cops spawn in the game when you gain notoriety. It made the game less broken, but it still hasn’t fixed a large number of issues the game has.

Youtubers and Twitch streamers, such as Kevduit, showcased these bugs and glitches. Many of the complaints come from the game’s vehicle-spawning feature. When players attempt to call for their vehicles simultaneously, they will all spawn on the same spot, causing massive explosions. Another popular glitch happens when players quickly turn around from a crowd, making the crowd disappear into thin air. Many players also pointed out how the game has been loading more slowly since the update.

The game’s 1.1 Update way back in January also didn’t fix a lot of issues, but still improved the game overall. Here’s to hoping that future updates will continue fixing the game.

1/2 OF PROMISED MASSIVE UPDATES DONE, MULTIPLAYER BEING RE-CONSIDERED

Thanks to their disastrous launch, CDPR has been spending the last couple of months trying to fix Cyberpunk 2077. In January, the Polish developers announced a series of updates they plan to release throughout the year. With Patch 1.2 released, CDPR’s roadmap indicates that they will be working on “multiple updates and improvements” next, with free DLCs and free next-gen console updates coming before the end of the year.

Meanwhile, the game’s advertised multiplayer mode is being reconsidered by CDPR. While originally slated for a 2021 release, CDPR changed tune and said that they “have decided to reconsider… we are focusing on bringing online into all of our franchises one day.”