Cyberpunk 2077 Is Getting Its “Last Big Update” This Week

Cyberpunk 2077 Is Getting Its Last Big Update This Week

Date: December 04, 2023

By Hanna Rose

This week’s patch for Cyberpunk 2077 will be its “last big update”, as CD Projekt Red moves on to other games.

Tomorrow marks the release of the final major update for Cyberpunk 2077, signaling a shift in focus for CD Projekt Red from the three-year-old RPG. The anticipated Patch 2.1 introduces a host of fan-requested features, including a portable radio, additional bikes, and a fully functional metro system.

Concurrently, the game’s Ultimate Edition will be making its debut as the first physical release for current-gen consoles. CD Projekt Red clarified to IGN that Update 2.1 is intended to be the last substantial update. While ongoing support will persist, it hints at a transition towards prioritizing bug fixes rather than introducing new features.

The extent of this continued support remains uncertain regarding potential performance improvements. The Xbox Series S, in particular, has faced challenges running Phantom Liberty, as reported by some users. On the other hand, PS5 users can expect resolution to major save file-related issues in Phantom Liberty, ensuring progress is no longer at risk of being lost.

Focusing on the imminent 2.1 update, it promises to be well-received by players. The inclusion of a functional metro system fulfills a longstanding fan request, with developers teasing the possibility of encountering various events during journeys across the city’s public transport system. For a more serene travel experience, players can utilize the newly added portable radio to enjoy tunes and immerse themselves in the game’s atmosphere.

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One notable but less calming change comes in the form of reworked boss fights. The update addresses concerns about the ease of certain encounters by overhauling them, with a specific focus on increasing difficulty. Adam Smasher, in particular, has undergone changes following player feedback, now incorporating moves inspired by the Edgerunners anime. The effectiveness of these alterations will be put to the test when the update goes live tomorrow, adding anticipation to the gaming community.

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