Cyberpunk 2077 has only gotten a handful of patches, and it still needs plenty of fixing.
Patch 1.2 is here, but it’s being delivered in a quirky role-playing format! CD Projekt Red is getting a bit weird this time around, providing notes in-character in the form of Night City (N54) news, with developer commentary. If you’re just looking for raw patch notes and want to avoid all the convoluted bits, we got you covered. Check them out below, all of which are delivered in an accompanying video format.
So what are the gists? NPCs, specifically police, are being adjusted to prevent weird spawning issues, and recon drones will make police feel more thematic as a whole and the world look less lifeless. Driving is also overhauled, and you can now adjust steering sensitivity with an in-game option. You can also use a new unstuck feature to rock vehicles out of glitchy areas (seems kinda stopgap, but hey!).
You can also more easily adjust keyboard controls, most notably dodging on double-tapping, which can be turned off. You have to give it to CD Projekt Red for trying, but for many, it’s too little, too late.
Patch 1.2 Development Insight [CD Projekt Red]