The lat­est hot­fix for Cyber­punk 2077 has arrived for PC users, brin­ing a cou­ple of impor­tant fix­es. How­ev­er, that is the extent of this update, a few fixes.

Hot­fix 1.12 address­es one of the biggest issues for PC play­ers, relat­ing to a vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty to remote code exe­cu­tion, includ­ing save files. the update also adress­es a prob­lem with buffer over­runs and removes non-ASLR DLLs.

Cyber­punk 2077 was released back in mid-Decem­ber and sold rather well, despite all the major bugs last-gen con­soles play­ers were left deal­ing with. CD Project Red is still work­ing on those ver­sions of the game, along with the next-gen edi­tions and PC.

Although Cyber­punk 2077 did­n’t exact­ly launch in the best state for some play­ers, it was still a huge suc­cess. Accord­ing to one com­pa­ny, it had the biggest launch for a dig­i­tal game in all of gam­ing his­to­ry. You can see the hot­fix, below:

Cyberpunk 2077 Hotfix (Feb. 5th)

  • This update address­es the vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty that could be used as part of remote code exe­cu­tion (includ­ing save files):
  • Fixed a buffer over­run issue.
  • Removed/replaced non-ASLR DLLs.