Cyberpunk 2077: Patch 2.1 Is Coming, With Quite A Lot Of New Features!

CD Projekt Red has released the official patch notes for Cyberpunk 2077’s upcoming 2.1 update, which will further improve the game in several ways.



CD Projekt Red has now released the patch notes for Cyberpunk 2077 update 2.1. If everything is true, the patch will be released today, December 5. The new update will change the game in many ways. It introduces new elements like the Night City subway system, improving the gameplay and much more.

Since the release of the Phantom Liberty DLC, Cyberpunk 2077 has entered its most popular era.

Not only did the DLC receive rave reviews from critics, who praised CD Projekt Red’s comeback after a terrible start, but Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty became a hit, selling 4.3 million units in the two months following its release.

Now, CD Projekt Red has released the patch notes for the 2.1 update ahead of its December 5th release. The update will not be as significant as 2.0 was. But it contains many essential changes; for example, Cyberpunk 2077 introduces a full-fledged subway system. The Night City subway system was initially featured in the game’s trailers. However, it was not available at the time of publication. Now, the new metro system will have 19 stations and 5 different lines. Another major change is the introduction of new “loose” events. During these, V will have the opportunity to invite romantic partners to his apartment. The character’s interaction with the world will also improve. Players can sit in bars, be chased by gangs after being aggressive with them in specific main missions, and more.

The new Cyberpunk 2077 2.1 update will also introduce elements such as replayable car races, new options for cyber tools, new vehicles, and refinement of some parameters of certain weapons and abilities.

Some bosses like Yasha Ivanov, Boris Ribakov and Adam Smasher will also change. It becomes more difficult to confront them. Other minor but important changes include greater customization of the user interface. Also, accessibility. Including a new accessibility tab. Finally, the update will squash some bugs. It fixes quite a few issues, mainly with Phantom Liberty, and improves performance in some aspects, such as lightning.

While Cyberpunk 2077 is still receiving updates, most of CD Projekt Red is already working on other projects. One of them is the sequel to the game, which is currently running under the name Project Orion. The sequel will use Unreal Engine 5 and maybe third-person instead of the first-person view like its predecessor. However, not much is known about the game at this time, including a possible release window or story details, meaning that release is likely still a long way off.

You can find the complete list of fixes in the link below!


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