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New Cyberpunk 2077 patch fixes bugs from previous update

CD Projekt RED continues to patch up Cyberpunk 2077 and the Phantom Liberty expansion. The Poles have released patch 2.12 , which is designed to correct the shortcomings that appeared with the release of update 2.11. The update is already available for download on all platforms.

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Main changes:

  • Now you can correctly change the radio port and body reset keys on AZERTY keyboards. Switching between quest targets on all layouts will be assigned to the T key

 

  • Now you can correctly change the radio port and body reset keys on AZERTY keyboards. Switching between quest targets on all layouts will be assigned to the T key

 

  • Fixed an issue that could cause delays in the game when “High-Performance Core Priority” is enabled on Intel processors

 

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  • Fixed an issue where the game could crash when using Razer Chroma-enabled devices

 

  • Fixed an issue where character hair inside vehicles could become too bright when playing with ray tracing enabled

 

  • Fixed an issue that occurred on Steam Deck where the game could crash with ray tracing enabled

 

  • Fixed an issue where the game could take forever to load, freeze, or crash on Xbox when using certain saves

 

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in players being unable to open menus, inventory, caches, make calls, or use fast travel

 

  • Improved visibility of the controller/gamepad cursor in menus and when using computers or keyboards. This change will primarily benefit Steam Deck users, but also applies to consoles and PC when using a controller/gamepad

 

  • Fixed a bug due to which groups of unkillable enemies could appear in Night City

 

  • The Biodyne Berserker implant now correctly increases critical strike chance due to its reaction focus

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