Cyberpunk 2077’s last update before the holidays fixes several issues, including the dreaded corrupt save bug. But it won’t do anything to fix save files that have already been corrupted.
The save corruption bug on PC happened whenever a save game file exceeded 8MB. This hot fix from CD Projekt RED fixes that problem, but it has no way to fix already-corrupted saves.
On console, the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game received a memory management upgrade to make the games crash less. And there was a Second Conflict quest fix for both PC and consoles that will keep Dum Dum from disappearing from the entrance to Totentanz.
These fixes come amid much controversy for Cyberpunk 2077. Glitches, graphics, and bugs have sent many gamers asking for refunds, and Sony even removed the title from the PlayStation store.
The latest fix should be welcomed by players. But fixing all of these problems after launch may prove to be “too little, too late” for the year’s most highly-anticipated game.