Cyberpunk 2077 - Update 2.12

Cyberpunk 2077 – Patch 2.12: Key bindings, Enhanced performance, and tweaks

Hey Cyberpunk enthusiasts and Night City citizens! Get ready because Patch 2.12 for Cyberpunk 2077 and its expansion, Phantom Liberty, is hitting PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S, focusing on smoothing out those rough edges left from Patch 2.11. This time, it’s all about fine-tuning, from key bindings to performance enhancements. Let’s break down what’s new and improved in this update!

PC Players, Your Feedback Has Been Heard:

  • AZERTY keyboard users, rejoice! Rebinding Radioport and body dropping just got easier.
  • Tired of the T key tantrums? Now, switching quest objectives is seamless across all keyboard layouts, with no more “Binding Failed” errors.
  • Stuttering issues? Thanks to a collaboration with Intel, those with the “Prioritize P-Cores” option enabled can expect smoother gameplay.
  • Razer Chroma device users faced crashes, but no more – a fix has been applied.
  • Noticed some NPC hair glowing unnaturally bright inside vehicles with Ray Tracing? Fixed!
  • Steam Deck players experiencing crashes with Ray Tracing on? That’s been sorted too.

Xbox Gamers, We’ve Got You Covered:

  • Infinite loading, hangs, or crashes when loading certain saves? We’ve addressed these issues to keep your game running smoothly.

Improvements Across All Platforms:

  • Ever got stuck unable to access menus, inventory, or fast travel? That’s in the past now.
  • The Sonic Shock quickhack description now actually matches its functionality as of 2.1.
  • Struggling with controller cursor visibility in menus? We’ve improved that, with a special shoutout to Steam Deck users.
  • “New Dawn Fades” got a tweak making it easier to progress by reading notifications.
  • Lowered the Body attribute requirement for a task in “I Can See Clearly Now” – time to move that dumpster!
  • Sasquatch’s jump attack in “I Walk the Line” wasn’t hitting right. Fixed – it’ll now pack the punch it’s supposed to.
  • In “Riders on the Storm,” enemy cars will now actively shoot at Panam’s van, making the chase more thrilling.
  • Encountered a block in “Nocturne Op55N1” after deciding to call Reed? We’ve ensured the conversation triggers correctly now.
  • Sonic Shock now sits proudly under the Covert quickhacks category.
  • Came across groups of immortal enemies? We’ve sent them packing.
  • Switching to Colorblind Mode will now reflect changes on the perk screen as expected.
  • And for the BioDyne Berserk users, your Crit Chance boost from Reflexes Attunement is now correctly applied.

This patch isn’t just about bug squashing; it’s about refining your experience in the sprawling, dynamic world of Cyberpunk 2077. So, gear up, update your game, and dive back into the streets of Night City, where the adventure continues, smoother and more immersive than ever. See you in the game, choombas!

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