CD Projekt Red has been rolling out consistent updates over recent months, and with the eventual release of patch 1.4, Cyberpunk 2077 should be getting plenty of new fixes.
After a tumultuous launch that saw the game removed from the PlayStation Store, fans have been holding out for Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes in hopes it’ll be time to return. The next major patch expected, update 1.4, could finally fix much of the game’s core issues.
CD Projekt Red has spent 2021 patching the game, with the only new content arriving being some new cosmetic items in patch 1.3. Here’s everything we know so far about what could be the game’s biggest patch yet – Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.4 update.
Going off of previous updates, we can try to work out when the next Cyberpunk patch is going to release. For those who don’t know, the last patch, 1.3, was released back on August 18.
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Patch 1.2 arrived all the way back in March, so fans shouldn’t expect patch 1.4 to release until late 2021 at the earliest.
Each patch has brought a series of fixes – from physics and graphical bugs to issues with quests. We’d expect more of the same in 1.4, although we did get our first taste of DLC in patch 1.3 – or at least, we got some new cosmetic items to customize our V.
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As a result, we’re not expecting the long-rumored Ripperdoc upgrades or anything further to be added with 1.4. We also know that the game’s next-gen (or current-gen) versions have been delayed to 2022, so unless the patch is coming next year, it won’t bring a new lick of paint to Night City.
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