Cyberpunk 2077 Hotfix 1.11 Addresses Issues Introduced with Recent Patch 1.1

Cyberpunk 2077 Hotfix 1.11 Addresses Issues Introduced with Recent Patch 1.1

And in an nearly comical fashion, the last patch actually added another game-breaking bug into the mix, Bethesda style.

The glitch occurred for some players during said call, CDPR explains in the notes, if they were using a save that was made during the game's 1.06 version while the relevant quest - Down on the Street - was in progress at a certain point.

Breaking it down, patch 1.1 arrived on January 22, and was the first major update for Cyberpunk since launch. This has now been fixed in update 1.11, so you can continue the main story if you were affected.

Cyberpunk 2077 hotfix 1.11 is available on PC, consoles, and Stadia, carries fixes for issues that have irritated players for some time. It was basically the same bug.

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-Item randomization has been restored to the previous state.

You can check out the full hotfix notes below, which mention the NPC by name, but don't give away any major story details. Changes to item randomization that happened in patch 1.1 have also been rolled back.

Most importantly, CD Projekt Red also encouraged the users to read the license agreement before opting for modding tools. Players were previously missing important dialogue options and were not able to interact with NPCs.

Many players were unable to complete "Down on the Street" mission because Takemura wouldn't call, prompting CD Projekt RED to offer a workaround. Today, a new hotfix has been released to address the "Down the Street" quest bug.

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