Dec 30, 2020 Games
CyberPunk 2077 has been one of the most anticipated video games we’ve ever seen, as it’s been teased for so long that gamers were finally relieved when the game dropped a few weeks ago. However, ever since the release, which even after taking about 7 years since it was first unveiled, the game has seemed extremely unstable due to a rushed release perhaps. One of the biggest issues gamers were facing was corrupted save files. Whenever they tried to save a game file to keep track of their progress and save it so they can continue from the same spot later on - the game file got corrupted and they couldn’t use it afterwards, meaning they’d have to start over or use another save file they might have had previously.
Nonetheless, the team behind CyberPunk 2077 has been pretty quick to respond to all these reported bugs - and they just released a new patch which fixes some of these issues. The new update called hotfix is a 504MB large patch update, and resolves the issue which requires save files to be restrained within the 8MB file size limit - and now any future files will not get corrupted again. However, previous corrupt files cannot be recovered with the patch update - at least as of yet. It also fixes some more problems, including disappearing characters during select missions.
All in all, the patch update hotfix was released to take care of the memory management problems that surfaced in the game.