Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new hotfix that solves the problem of saving data from a computer and brings an improvement in search – Technical news, Firstpost

The brand new Cyberpunk 2077 Project CD project is full of technical problems and bugs, so much so that Sony and Microsoft were forced allow a refund. But the developer is moving forward on the road to solve problems, and they recently launched another emergency repair. The Urgent correction 1.06 presents several problems related to computers and consoles, along with improvements related to search. This is not as comprehensive as its predecessor, emergency repair 1.05, but CD Project Red is finally expecting a chance for redemption.

    Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new hotfix that solves the problem of saving data on your computer and brings a search improvement

Many Xbox One and PS 4 users have complained of multiple crashes and a number of technical issues, but with this fix the developer promises to have “fewer crashes”.

Released on Wednesday, December 23, the latest hotfix brings improved memory management and stability while playing on Xbox and Play Station consoles. Many Xbox One and PS 4 users have complained of multiple crashes and a number of technical issues, but with this fix the developer promises there will be “fewer crashes”. They also removed the 8 MB limit for storing data on a computer. Due to this data limitation, players have found that their save data is corrupted if the saved file grows over 8 MB. Although the repair mentions that already damaged data cannot be saved through the upgrade, it is still a relief for PC devices.

As for the search, Dum Dum will no longer disappear from the entrance to Totentanz during the Second Conflict, and as the update was announced on Wednesday, users of both computers and consoles will currently be able to get the update.

A painful reception Cyberpunk 2077 led developers to apologize and give the green signal to return something that has been unprecedented for a long time. It’s contrary to the general retail return and refund policy for a game that’s open, but as CD Project Red said it would like everyone who buys their game to be completely happy with it, so a refund has been launched.

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