The last Cyberpunk 2077 patch that was released was supposed to fix the game but ended up breaking it even more. Now CDPR released the hotfix 1.11 that was meant to fix that. Did it though?
CDPR swoops in with another hotfix like they have these lined up. Which... they probably do and that’s the sad part. The amount of Cyberpunk 2077 bugs that have been discovered and that players had to deal with to the point of not being able to play anymore, is downright devastating. How can a game like this, that was supposed to fly so high, fall so low… and not let me bang Takemura.
But that’s beside the point, I guess. Though, this hotfix does include our favorite Japanese hottie from Cyberpunk 2077, who was directly involved in a bug that players encountered after the Cyberpunk 2077 1.1 patch.
To give you a little rundown again of what happened: while the Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.1 did fix a bunch of issues that players had, a game-breaking bug has made yet another group of people wish they would have gone for that refund.
To be more precise: we’re talking about the Takemura call issue in the quest “Down on the Street”, where Takemura simply wouldn’t call V.
And while this bug was fixed, another appeared. Instead of not calling, Takemura would now call, but then not talk, which is the same as not calling at all, because the quest wouldn’t progress, hence, the players weren’t able to continue with the main story.
Such a tease that man, huh?
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Anyways, this is where the Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.11 comes in. They fixed the "Down on the Street" bug and another that appeared after the 1.1 patch, being that item randomization has now been restored to the previous state again.
Let’s give it a few more days, guys, we’re sure that Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.12 is coming out soon because that game just doesn’t catch a break.
We’re just not sure anymore if it’s a funny meme or a sob-worthy debacle at this point.
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