The release of update 1.6 for Cyberpunk 2077 and the premiere of an anime based on the game had a positive effect on the number of active players. About 85,000 users have returned to the scandalous project from CD Projekt RED, according to SteamDB. The players decided to give the game a second chance and evaluate its quality almost two years after the release, when several large-scale patches and a number of various fixes had already been released. Apparently, many gamers were left disappointed, at least on PC.
Despite a series of patches, Cyberpunk 2077 still has a decent amount of annoying bugs. There are a lot of recently created threads on the Steam forum where users complain about the technical part of the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is still plagued with performance issues on various systems and it looks like this issue has only returned in a recent patch. In general, gamers note that version 1.5 was much more stable, the last update brought back already forgotten bugs.
Among the most common errors, users name visual bugs. The characters in the game fall through the textures, go through the objects and re-create the “T-pose”. Along with this, many people have a problem with a strange drop in FPS when using the inventory and the map. According to reports from players, the bug with performance after using the inventory has been in the game for a long time and has not yet been fixed. Of the new bugs in 1.6, users have noticed incorrect vehicle behavior during collisions. Even a light touch of another car’s car can cause a shock wave that will throw the vehicle or turn it over.
What bugs did you encounter in the latest version of Cyberpunk 2077?