The updates of Cyberpunk 2077, as hopeful as it is demanded, has reached consumers for all platforms, including PlayStation, despite the commotion that has spread in recent years. This second major update to CD Projekt RED continues to polish details of a video game that continues to present many performance issues.
Details inside missions, improvements in NPC behaviours, fixes in the life of certain enemies, massive bug fixes, fixes of problems related to weapons and cosmetics, adjustment of stability in-game, solving of incidents related to the sound … Patch 1.05 has fixed all sorts of issues, but … how did Cyberpunk 2077 look?
Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.05 review
First of all, it should be noted that in order to start optimizing so many video game considerations, certain concessions have had to be made, which especially have affected the field of shadows and textures, greatly affected in patch 1.05 of Cyberpunk 2077. In instead, so to speak, CD Projekt RED has prioritized the overall performance of its title, starting with the FPS loading, where a great improvement has been seen even in open areas and large landscapes.
The resolution has also seen an improvement in terms of quality, with more polished scenes and more vivid details, leaving behind any blurred or blurred texture. Of course, the modeling of the avatar itself has also been corrected, giving an easily visible leap in the definition.
Additionally, in this 1.05 patch, NPCs will once again be as numerous as the developer company originally hoped, with people strolling down the street and no vehicles disappearing over the horizon. From now on, more specific details will also appear, such as street names or figures in the vending machines.
All this does not mean that Cyberpunk 2077 can continue to present certain bugs, both when completing missions and in the more graphic field. But this update is still a premonitor of the upcoming updates that CD Projekt RED has already reported, with arrivals estimated for January and February. It will be then when we begin to approach a stable version of the delivery.