An unexpected hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077 has been pushed to address the crash

(Pocket-lint) – While we weren’t expecting any additional Cyberpunk 2077 patches until the new year, CD Project Red has released a hotfix v1.06 to address issues with console owner crashes.

It also lists fixes to prevent problems with games played by computers.

CD Project Red announced late yesterday on Twitter – using the official Cyberpunk feed – that version 1.06 is now available, just days after hotfix 1.05.

The change log claims to have “improved memory management and stability, resulting in a smaller drop” for console players. This is something we have especially experienced on the PS4 and PS5.

The developer also “removed the 8 MB save file size limit” to prevent damage to your computer’s savings. Unfortunately, this will not fix the saves already damaged before the latest update.

Cyberpunk 2077 has had a lot of negative publicity since its launch, especially on the console, due to a multitude of bugs and performance issues. However, we found that each patch addresses many of the issues we found. The two most important upgrades are, in January and February.

Written by Rick Henderson.

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