2077 developers have a workaround for the game’s destructive bug introduced by Patch 1.1. The appeared in the “Down Street” mission and prevented the player from forward. The patch has been released for all platforms to make the game more stable, but eventually added a bug for some players. Fortunately, CD Projekt Red quickly shared a . In addition, the developer also released an official modification tool for Cyberpunk 2077 to help players change their experience.

Through the post on the CD Projekt Red support page, the team shared the workarounds for errors encountered by players version 1.1. In “Cyberpunk” in 2077, the “Down on the Street” mission involves a dialogue between the protagonist V and the in-game character Takemura, which was not triggered by the error. This prevents the player from moving forward in the story. The potential solutions shared by developers are as follows:

Load a gameave before Takemura and V leave Wakako’s office. Talk to Takemura outside the office immediately. After completing the dialogue, please skip 23h when the task is updated. Check if holocall is triggered and the conversation with Takemura starts. The developers think this should solve the problem. After skipping the 23-hour game, the player may have to wait a while before the conversation begins.

In addition, CD Projekt Red has released an official modification support tool for Cyberpunk 2077. This will help players modify the game in certain ways. Even before the official support, players are modifying the game to improve certain mechanics, and even changing the parameters to make the game easier. Now, the developers have released official support for the modification, and these tools will be continuously updated with game patches. The developers also urge players to read the license agreement before downloading and modifying.

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Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.1 was released last week and it is the first major patch for the game. The file is about 5GB on the PC and about 17GB on the console. It is that another important patch will be released in the next few weeks, as well as DLC and updates.

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