That said, arriving almost three months after Patch 1.2
(which was pretty hefty in the bug-fix department) and a couple of hot-fixes it's a little disappointing. No doubt this new Patch has something to do with Cyberpunk 2077 returning to the PlayStation Store
-- but it doesn't drop any clues or hints as to any meaningful changes to the game currently in development.
Even simple things like being able to try on clothes before you buy them, or change your appearance via a visit to a Ripper Doc are still MIA. As is the long-overdue overhaul to the policing system and the concept of a for reals GTA-style sandbox to play in. On that front the police now spawn further out instead of right next to the player, which is better but it brings into question CD Projekt Red's commitment to substantial post-launch support and improving the underlying AI.
Okay, so it's not all doom and gloom. We're still of the opinion that there's a great game inside Cyberpunk 2077, especially when played on PC. The planned next-gen PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X update has us excited, and with the last roadmap CDPR putting out outlining that DLC is still on the way, perhaps we'll see more then and the game will get a reboot of sorts when those versions arrive.
Head Here For the Full Patch 1.23 Notes for Cyberpunk 2077, which is now live on PC and Consoles.