Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt Red has rolled out Patch 2.01 for Cyberpunk 2077, addressing the most frequent problems experienced by players and boosting performance across all platforms, notably for those playing in the new Dogtown area.
The patch includes a fix for a critical issue that could cause corrupted save data on PlayStation 5. It also addresses a number of other quest bugs and performance issues, as well as making some minor improvements to the overall game experience.
Here is a summary of the key changes included in Patch 2.01:
- Fixes corrupted save data on PlayStation 5.
- Improves performance in the Dogtown area.
- Addresses a number of quest bugs, including:
- Balls to the Wall: Repeating the blue dialogue option from the Corpo lifepath will no longer block progress.
- Dog Eat Dog: It is no longer possible to earn multiple Relic points by triggering the first meeting with Songbird more than once.
- Makes minor improvements to the overall game experience, including:
- Adding sounds for the Basilisk that were missing.
- Fixing an issue where the player could earn an infinite score in Trauma Drama by shooting at enemies dropping from a helicopter repeatedly.
- Making Growl FM and Dark Star websites visible when playing without Phantom Liberty.
- Fixing an issue where disconnecting the internet didn’t result in an error message being displayed in My Rewards and Cross Progression tabs.
- Disabling the song History by Gazelle Twin and Trash Generation when the “Disable Copyrighted Music” option is turned on.
- Fixing an issue where hair didn’t cast shadows when Ray Tracing was enabled.
Patch 2.01 is now available to download on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. CD Projekt Red has recommended that all players install the patch as soon as possible.
In addition to the above changes, Patch 2.01 also includes a number of other minor fixes and improvements. For a full list of changes, please see the official patch notes.