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Patch 1.31

Patch 1.31 for Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on PC, consoles, and Stadia. Here's the list of changes for this update.

Please note that the issues listed below did not affect all players.


  • Fixed an issue where after upgrading an item with a quest tag, the base version of said item wasn't removed from the inventory.
  • Fixed an issue where weapon reload speed perks slowed down reload time.
  • Corrected the height of the charged jump.
  • Adjusted enemies' stealth detection speed dependent on game difficulty.
  • V will no longer get stuck in falling animation when crashing a motorbike while also having "The Rock" perk.

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  • Fixed an issue where roads after rain did not look wet, which was the result of ongoing work on the Wet Surfaces System. In 1.31 wet surfaces should look more detailed than they did even before the issue occurred.
  • Removed hair and/or eyebrows in cases where they were set to "off" in earlier game versions.
  • Fixed an issue where shooting with a Tech weapon caused a momentary blinding light.
  • With a Little Help from My Friends — fixed an issue where Carol was missing her tablet or sitting in the air during a scene.


  • Returned missing descriptions in Overheat and Short Circuit quickhack tooltips.
  • Returned missing descriptions for Backpacker, Resist!, Osmosis and Footloose clothing mods.


  • Fixed an issue where players couldn't claim in-game Registration Rewards due to the error: "A network error has occurred. Please try again later".


  • [PlayStation] GPU memory optimization.

Cyberpunk 2077 now has just under three months left in the year if it wants to deliver on literally its only two roadmap elements for 2021, about a dozen more pieces of promised free DLC for the game, and the next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of the game.

And yet, it has been almost exactly a month since we have heard anything from CDPR at all.

On September 1, they had an investor call (the only time they really ever say anything of substance, rather than communicating with fans), that said that while they are “targeting” a holiday 2021 release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions, all that did is heavily imply to most observers that it seems likely to be pushed to 2022. This is after in June 2020, CDPR said that more details about next-gen versions of the game would be coming “soon.” A year and a half ago.

"If you pick up Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4, you'll also be able to play it on PS5 when the console launches. And that's not all. There will be a free upgrade for Xbox Series X and PS5, but we'll have more details on that soon."

After that, on September 14, we got patch 1.31, which I would argue was a pretty significant patch, given what it did for reflective and wet surfaces in the game, as they really did look noticeably better (and not just because a previous bug in 1.3 had taken wet surfaces out of the game entirely). But this patch did not contain any free DLC, and we have been left with two jackets, one car and a Johnny outfit as the only pieces of free DLC that have dropped so far.

Datamining has shown that there are about a dozen other pieces of free DLC that are supposed to be coming in that overall bundle, which was promised for 2021, including several missions and significant additions like New Game+. But the only info we have on that is through datamining (which did correctly predict the first three DLCs), and CDPR has decided to share absolutely nothing about the rest of it.

Finally, we know that CDPR is working on an expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 for 2022, and it seems likely that two total major ones are in the works, along with some sort of multiplayer project hinted at in the data. Again, zero info on that.

I understand that CDPR feels bitten by the fact that they shared too much about Cyberpunk too early, and said things that did not pan out for the final game. But they have swung way, way too far in the opposite direction now, descending into a bizarre veil of silence where they only ever say anything meaningful to investors, and seldom communicate with fans directly. The Cyberpunk 2077 account hasn’t even tweeted since the 1.31 patch notes on September 14. Just plain weird, if you ask me, for a game that has sold over 15 million copies and has loads of players waiting for info.

As ever, CDPR needs to do better. The game may be slowly improving, but their communication is only getting worse and worse over time.

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Cyberpunk 2077: Can The Next-Gen Update Really Fix The Game?

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Cyberpunk 2077 is coming up on one year since it was first released and, for many, the game is still unplayable. Will the Next-Gen update that’s still scheduled for release this year fix that? Cyberpunk 2077 was famously removed from the PlayStation Store after the debacle of a launch it had. The game was so bad on original PS4 consoles that it was essentially deemed unplayable. The situation was the same for Xbox One owners, with Microsoft posting a warning message on the games store page. Microsoft also offered full refunds to players who had purchased the game digitally.

The past year has been one of trying to patch Cyberpunk 2077 into a playable form. It has been going relatively well. The game has received a lot of bug fixes and improvements to performance. It still isn’t the game that people were expecting before release, but it is better.

The Next-Gen update for Cyberpunk 2077 should, in theory, provide console players with the experience that they were expecting a year ago. Well, those console players who can actually get their hands on Next-Gen systems anyway. If the PC improvements are anything to go by then things could be looking good for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of the game.

The PC version of the game was never quite as bad as consoles, to begin with. CD Project Red has still made improvements to how the game runs on mid-range PCs over the past year which could be indicative of what we can expect on Next-Gen consoles. If CDPR can translate what they have done on PC to Next-Gen consoles then Cyberpunk 2077 may finally be the game people were promised. Just, not on last-gen systems.

If CD Project Red can deliver a stable and bug-free Next-Gen update that improves the overall experience for console players then maybe, just maybe they can save the game. At least, maybe they can begin to save the game. Even a year after release, Cyberpunk 2077 still has a long way to go.


Cyberpunk 2077 Update 1.4: Release Date, Roadmap, Patch Notes and Everything We Know So Far

Cyberpunk 2077 continues to be one of the most popular games currently on the market despite a controversial start to life in the gaming industry.

We fully expect new content to be provided by CD Projekt Red, the game's developers, for update 1.4, with a flurry of optimised DLC for gamers to get stuck into.

Unless you've had your head in the sand, you will know that Cyberpunk 2077 had a hugely questionable launch as many, particularly those who played on PS4, came across a raft of bugs and glitches that hampered their user experience from the off.

That being said, CD Projekt Red could have easily given up on production and focus on Witcher instead. But credit where it's due, the game has progressively been improving with every update that has been provided. So what can we expect this time around?

Here is everything that you need to know regarding Cyberpunk 2077 and the 1.4 update.

Cyberpunk 2077 Update 1.4 Release Date

The future of Night City could be vastly improved in this patch - but it is likely that we will not find out the extent of the changes for a number of months. 

With only two major updates on Cyberpunk 2077 this year alone, it might be a current trend that we can expect a new patch on this game every few months. With that in mind, it is likely that we won't see 1.4 for some time.

While the precise release date is unclear at this time, we will update this article as soon as more information emerges during that timeframe.

Cyberpunk 2077 Roadmap

The roadmap for this update will be posted here once it has been unveiled.

Cyberpunk 2077 Update 1.4 Patch Notes

The patch notes for 1.4 will be listed here once they have been released by the game's developers. So stick with us and we will update this section in due course!

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Cyberpunk 2077 Update 1.4 Patch: Everything We Know So Far

Cyberpunk 2077 did not release in a good way, and arguably the No Man's Sky redemption arc for CD Projekt Red is still some way short of its conclusion. But the game is at the very least getting to a more respectable state after several patches throughout 2021.

Next up is Patch 1.4 and it has the potentially to be one of the most significant in the game's relatively short history. But if CDPR do have any hopes of 'saving' the game with an update that can do for Cyberpunk 2077 what the Foundations update did for No Man's Sky, then it could be the first major post-launch addition to the game.

Here's everything we know so far and everything you should know about Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.4.

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11 October 2021 -

A reminder that we previously suggested we could see the next Cyberpunk 2077 update, at the earliest, in mid-October. So keep your eyes peeled this week for news from CD Projekt Red.

5 October 2021 -

This is a side note really, but it's clear Cyberpunk 2077 is still a bit of a work in progress, but it's far better than when it launched late last year. So if you know someone who might enjoy it, now might be a decent time to pick it up, especially before next-gen updates are released.

Currently, the game is just £26.79 on PSN, down from £39.99. That's a rough saving of 33%. You'll need to be quick though as this offer ends on 13 October 2021, at 23:59 BST.

28 September 2021 -

Pawel Sasko, the lead quest designer for Cyberpunk 2077 has asked fans on Twitter to share their feedback on the game's numerous questlines. In short, they want to know what quests you enjoyed and which you didn't.

This might be a rare chance to share your (constructive) opinions with the dev team if you have any thoughts.

21September 2021 -

The long wait for CD Projekt RED to roll out Cyberpunk 2077's 1.4 Patch continues to rumble on. By our own estimates, we might yet have another month to go before the launch, if they were to release mid-October. For the time being though, the more recent 1.31 Hotfix appears to have had a mixed response. On the one hand, Forbes Writer Paul Tassi has lauded the latest update, suggesting Cyberpunk 2077 "looks fantastic" after Patch 1.31. Well, at least on PC. On the other hand, as per Gamerant, the game appears to still be having 'major issues' on older consoles. We suspect there's still a long way to go for the game and it's next significant game update.

14September 2021 -

Once again, CD Projekt RED has released another small update for Cyberpunk 2077, albeit not the much expected 1.4 Patch.

The latest update for the game is Patch 1.31 and features a myriad of gameplay improvements, fixes and tweaks. Follow the link above for the full patch notes.

6 September 2021 -

It's not quite Cyberpunk 2077 1.4 Patch, but there is a new update for the game on PC today.

The latest hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077 on PC removes the use of AVX instruction set from the game executable. This will hopefully prevent crashes that occurred on older processors not supporting AVX.

What's next for Cyberpunk 2077 with Patch 1.4?

Whilst Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 might have added a few bits of minor DLC additions - such as new clothes, a new car and an alternative appearance for Johnny Silverhand - it was broadly speaking more about released another batch of all-important bug fixes and improvements to the game.

However, what is significant is that during the CDPR REDstream it was mentioned or hinted at multiple times that Patch 1.3 has more or less got the game to a state by which the developers can start looking to build on the game, rather than simply fixing it.

Here are just two instances where it seems as though the devs on the stream appeared to suggest that they can finally start improving the game:

"This patch is still mostly stability and bug fixing but we've got the game to a state where we're comfortably putting in these quality of life changes... we're going to start working on those things more in the future. I can't talk about those yet because we've learned out lesson about talking about things before they're done." Patrick Mills, Senior Quest Designer

"Now were sort of at a point in time where we can dedicate [time] to bigger tasks." Miles Tost, Senior Level Designer

So it sounds like the game is finally reached a point where we can start expecting new content and features to start arriving with the upcoming updates and patches.Hell, we're also still holding out hope for that Cyberpunk 2077 New Game Plusmode.

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Cyberpunk 1.4 Update Release Date

We're going to start by being really upfront. Right now, there's is no official release date for Cyberpunk 1.4 update.

Likewise, we feel as though we should once again say what we did before the release of Patch 1.3, namely that the game's rocky launch has more than likely thrown any 2021 roadmap plans out of order.

That's before you factor in the extra difficulties that come with developing a game in a pandemic; because make no mistake the impact of COVID is still keenly being felt on studios.

Two months passed between Patch 1.3 and patch 1.23 and likewise, there was two months between Patch 1.23 and Hotfix 1.22.

So our best guess is that we'll see the next big patch - along with the new free dlc - released in mid-October. Although we wouldn't rule out another small hotfix between now and then too.

This could set up a potential Next-Gen Patch for PS5 and Xbox Series X around mid-December.

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Cyberpunk 2077 'Leaked' DLC

Following the release of the Cyberpunk 2077 1.2 patch, some fans appeared to discover the existence of nine 'free' Cyberpunk 2077 DLC expansions for the game. This was supposedly leaked via the Epic Game Store, and posted to Reddit via a user called PricklyAssassin.

As a reminder, here are the names of the alleged leaked DLC:

  • Ripperdocs Expansion
  • Body Shops Expansion
  • Fashion Forward Expansion
  • Gangs of Night City
  • Body of Chrome
  • Rides of the Dark Future
  • The Relic
  • Neck Deep
  • Night City Expansion

However, it would appear as though these were nothing more than an elaborate fake. You should probably read this Reddit post by u/romulus_is_back on the Cyberpunk subreddit debunking it to understand the whole scenario.

By comparison, another leak reported by Paul Tassi of Forbes, could have a bit more validity. The list itself is still a bit of a mystery, but intriguingly CDPR has not attempted to debunk this leak as they did with the PricklyAssassin leak.

That said, they should still be taken with a big dumptruck of salt for the time being.

1) dlc1_swp - Possible “Smart” weapon pack

2) dlc2_jposes - Likely additional poses for photo mode

3) dlc3_kab01 – Likely Kabuki Market gig

4) dlc4_quartz – Possible new car(s), the Quartz is an existing car

5) dlc5_jackets – Likely additional clothing

6) dlc6_apart – Possible apartment customization

7) dlc7_pwp - Possible “Power” weapon pack

8) dlc8_mirror – Possible additional poses for the mirror, or maybe a way to alter your appearance at last

9) dlc9_arr06 – Likely Arroyo gig

10) dlc10_monster – Not sure, maybe they’re adding a literal boss monster to the map somewhere. Or it could be like a Monster Truck you can buy.

11) dlc11_jlook – Not sure, possibly the ability to change your look. If it’s similar to “jposes” it could be something for photo mode.

12) dlc12_mfinish – Likely melee finisher animations (The Witcher 3 got these)

13) dlc13_twp - Possible “Tech” weapon pack

14)dlc14_arr12 – Likely Arroyo gig

15) dlc15_ngplus – Very clearly New Game Plus, which I hope comes with higher difficulty settings

16) dlc16_jpn06 – Likely Japantown gig

17) dlc17_bwp – Possible “Blunt” weapon pack

Stay tuned for Cyberpunk 2077 updates and all the latest news as it arrives.

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