Elon Musk took to his Twitter account recently to complain about how Cyberpunk 2077 hotfixes, have hotfixes.
Cyberpunk 2077’s new 1.1 patch added a game-breaking bug earlier this week, and developer CD Projekt Red wasted no time in fixing it. A recently rolled out 1.11 hotfix was made available across PC, Stadia, and Xbox / PlayStation consoles on Jan. 28.
With Cyberpunk, even the hotfixes literally have hotfixes, but … great game
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 28, 2021
Unimpressed how the game seems to be teeming with bugs that even hotfixes can’t seem to fix, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted, “With Cyberpunk, even the hotfixes literally have hotfixes, but … great game.” The 1.11 hotfix restores item randomization to a previous state, however, the main purpose is to fix the game-breaking part of the “Down on the Street” quest.
Hotfix 1.11 is available on PC, consoles and Stadia!
This update restores item randomization and fixes a bug which affected some users’ holocall with Takemura in Down on the Street quest.
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) January 28, 2021
As part of the quest, the player waits for a holocall from the NPC Takemura before their meeting. The aforesaid bug obstructed that call, and Takemura would ring up the player, but say nothing, and as a result, players were unable to continue with the mission.
Cyberpunk 2077 version 1.1 was made available on all platforms on Friday, including multiple fixes for the game’s quests. Cyberpunk 2077 runs best on Windows PC or a newer last-generation console, but its performance on original Xbox One and PlayStation 4 systems called for an apology from CD Projekt Red and its parents company and assurity to provide extensive post-release support.
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