The Cyberpunk 2077 Next-Gen Update is Absolutely Enormous

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The Cyberpunk 2077 next-gen update is finally here, with various improvements to the game, numerous quest and gameplay fixes, and free DLC.

This update has been in the works for a while but also feels like this should have been in the game from the start. However, this update is absolutely massive and will definitely improve the overall experience of Night City. The Cyberpunk 2077 Update 1.5 improves a whole range of things, including AI overhauls, perk system fixes, Apartments, Combat AI, and much more.

If you haven’t played Cyberpunk 2077 or if you played it at release and were left disappointed, then there is no better time to give it a second chance. Especially if you have a next-gen console.

So, here is the full list of patch notes, and you might as well get something to eat or drink as it’s a long list! You can check out the launch trailer here.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Next-Gen Exclusives

Additional Content

This additional content is available for players on all platforms.

Apartments

Apartments can be rented (with a one-time fee) when encountered in Night City or through the EZEstates website when accessed through the computer in V’s Megabuilding H10 apartment. They become available after completing the Playing for Time quest. It’s possible to rent all apartments at the same time. All apartments share the same stash.

Available apartments:

Appearance Customisation

You can now tweak certain features of your appearance (such as hair, makeup, piercing, etc.) when using the mirror in any of your apartments and safehouses. It’s free and you can do it as often as you like. Character customisation also includes more makeup and hair colour options. Who’s the fairest of them all, now?

What’s New at Wilson’s?

New Poses in Cyberpunk 2077 Photo Mode

We added a number of new poses in Photo Mode, including poses for Johnny Silverhand (only available in flashback scenes when playing as Johnny).

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Living City

Combat AI

Crowd Improvements

Drive Model

Vehicle Traffic

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Cyberpunk 2077 Gameplay

Balance

Cyberware

Combat

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Quickhacking

Items & Devices

NPCs

Perks

Rebalanced various perks and moved some of them in the skill tree. As a result, all the Perk points you spent were reset. Go to the Perks screen to reassign your Perk points for free.

Redesigned the following perks:

Added new perks replacing some older ones:

Due to the above-mentioned changes in perks, we renamed the Stealth skill tree to Ninjutsu in order to better reflect the perks it contains.

Made the bonuses dynamic for 200% Efficiency, Field Technician and Cutting Edge. They are now applied to already crafted weapons and clothes. Respecing perks removes the bonuses correctly.

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Player Mechanics

Vehicles

Weapons

UI

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Quests

Open World

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Graphics, Audio, Animation and Cinematic Design

Environment and Levels

Stability and Performance

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PC-Specific

Console-Specific

Stadia-Specific

As you can see, the latest update for Cyberpunk 2077 is enormous. Honestly, if you’re seeing this message then I salute you for making it this far. Hopefully, this is the start of something new for Cyberpunk 2077, and it will be nothing but positives from here on out. We can hope, right?

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