The last big patch of Cyberpunk 2077 has been fully analyzed by “Digital Foundry”. The result is not very convincing.
CD Projekt tries somehow to pamper his foal to make him more comfortable to play, especially on console. The studio recently released a huge patch packed with fixes to scavenge stability and fix a bunch of bugs.
And it’s that good old man patch 1.2 which has passed into the expert hands of our comrades back home Digital foundry who performed a real autopsy on video.
It turns out that, While the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X versions are getting cleaner and more stable, there is still some way to go for the PS4 and Xbox One versions which are still struggling to convince.
Despite many sacrifices on the elements of the decor and the management of the light, Cyberpunk 2077 is struggling to get its head out of the water and still has big framerate worries that paddle to hold its 30fps, especially outdoors.
CD Projekt still has work to do, but is not letting go and is still planning many patches to try to catch up with the players.