Poland’s ICD Projekt has released its version of Cyberpunk 2077, the video game maker said on Monday, which may have paved the way for the game to return to the PlayStation store after it was removed last year.
“Cyberpunk 2077’s Patch 1.2 is now live on PC and console!” UCD Projekt said on Twitter, a day before the announcement of the company’s update.
Patch 1.2 includes over 500 fixes in gameplay, graphics, sound, animation and talk about problems related to police response to player actions, among others. It includes ten improvements to game stability, which apply to all platforms “but most of them make a huge difference to last-generation consoles and low-performance equipment,” said CD Projekt.
The game has been criticized for its poor performance on older consoles. The CD Projekt initially planned to release the patch at the end
for a month, but was delayed by cyber attacks.
Sony Corp. dropped Cyberpunk 2077 from its PlayStation Store just a week after the start of a game between complaints about glitches. Analysts said the pool could be one of the key steps in restoring the game to the PlayStation store.
“We continue to see the pool as important in terms of building trust between players and investors,” VTB Capital analyst Vladimir Bespalov said in the letter.
The Google Stadia episode will follow later this week, with the addition of CD Projekt. The company’s shares closed 13% higher on Monday at 239.7.
Zł, but much lower than its pre-launch high of 464.2 zł, among the sales made by the troublesome release of Cyberpunk.