A new Cyber­punk 2077 hot­fix is avail­able across all plat­forms right now, which includes fix­es that were missed in the last major patch for the game. Accord­ing to CD Pro­jekt Red, this includes sev­er­al glitch­es involv­ing John­ny Sil­ver­hand’s appear­ance, tweaks to NPCs’ cloth­ing, and mem­o­ry man­age­ment improve­ments on PS5.

Cyber­punk play­ers can also find a retrofix for a prob­lem that was fixed in patch 1.21, which caused Take­mu­ra to get stuck in Japan­town Docks dur­ing the Down on the Street mis­sion. Oth­er major quests issues were also adjust­ed with­in this patch.

Most of the fix­es did involve prob­lems relat­ed to mis­sions, along­side just gen­er­al sta­bil­i­ty and per­for­mance improve­ments. You can see the full list of changes below:

Cyberpunk Hotfix 1.22 Notes

Quests & Open World

  • The Metro: Memo­r­i­al Park dataterm should now prop­er­ly count towards the Fre­quent Fly­er achievement.
  • Fixed glitch­es in John­ny’s appear­ance occur­ring after buy­ing the Nomad car from Lana.
  • Fixed an issue in Gig: Until Death Do Us Part where it was not pos­si­ble to use the elevator.
  • Fixed an issue in Epistro­phy where the play­er could get trapped in the garage if they did­n’t fol­low the drone and ran into the con­trol room instead.
  • Added a retrofix for the issue we fixed in 1.21, where Take­mu­ra could get stuck in Japan­town Docks in Down on the Street — for play­ers who already expe­ri­enced it before update 1.21 and con­tin­ued play­ing until 1.22, Take­mu­ra will now tele­port to Wakako’s parlor.
  • Fixed an issue pre­vent­ing the play­er from open­ing the phone in the apart­ment at the begin­ning of New Dawn Fades.
  • Fixed an issue where the play­er could become unable to use weapons and con­sum­ables after inter­act­ing with a main­te­nance pan­el in Rid­ers on the Storm.

Visu­al

  • Fixed var­i­ous issues relat­ed to clip­ping in NPCs’ clothes.

UI

  • Fixed an issue where sub­ti­tles were not prop­er­ly aligned in the Ara­bic lan­guage version.

Sta­bil­i­ty and performance

  • Var­i­ous mem­o­ry man­age­ment improve­ments (reduc­ing the num­ber of crash­es), and oth­er optimizations.
  • Improved GPU per­for­mance of skin­ning and cloth rendering.

Con­sole-spe­cif­ic

  • GPU and ESRAM opti­miza­tions and improve­ments on Xbox One.
  • Mem­o­ry man­age­ment improve­ments on PlaySta­tion 5.

Sta­dia-spe­cif­ic

  • It’s no longer pos­si­ble to get soft locked in the key bind­ings menu if a key­board is not available

Although Cyber­punk 2077 had some back­lash at the start of its life, CDPR still man­aged have record sales num­bers in 2020, sell­ing 13 mil­lion copies of the game. This is even fac­tor­ing in refunds. While, CD Pro­jekt Red should have been cel­e­brat­ing, it was met with frus­tra­tion from the play­ers, since last-gen users felt they were sold a lemon. Sony even pulled the game from being sold on PSN.