Publisher CD Projekt is satisfied with the current performance and stability of Cyberpunk 2077. The company promises to continue to make improvements and also to pay attention to the wishes of players.
The patches released so far for Cyberpunk 2077 have mainly focused on improving the game’s performance and stability. According to the publisher, the game has now reached a ‘satisfactory level’ in those areas. Adam Kiciński, CEO of CD Projekt, made the statements during a conference at the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The Polish TVN24 reported on this.
Developer CD Projekt Red will continue to fix bugs, glitches and improve performance, but will also release updates over time with fixes for the “common systems” players are paying attention to. Kiciński mentions specific matters, but he may be referring to criticism from players about, for example, the behavior of the NPCs in the game.
CD Project Red also recently posted a Top Reported Issues list on its site. It lists issues reported by many players. For now, this concerns three bugs that have to do with quests. The studio says it will pass these reports on to developers to investigate.
In mid-June, CD Projekt Red released the latest patch for Cyberpunk 2077. Version 1.23 was packed with various bug fixes and performance improvements for the console versions. After the release of that patch, the game has also become available again in the PlayStation Store, but Sony does add a big warning in which it is recommended not to play the game on a PlayStation 4.
Digital Foundry recently published a test of Cyberpunk 2077 with the 1.23 update. The site looked at the PlayStation versions. Although improvements have been made and the game crashes less often, the game on the PlayStation 4 still has many bugs and performance issues, the test shows.