It's been a while since we've had a Cyberpunk 2077 update, with the last one arriving all the way back in June. Patch 1.23 introduced a ton of fixes, but the work is far from over. Thankfully, Patch 1.3 is on the horizon, and while the full details of its content are yet to be released, we've been given an insight into its biggest changes.
Three videos - along with a convoluted blog post - have outlined some of the key changes. These include an (apparently) enhanced mini-map, a store segment change and the ability to reset your skill points. While the latter two changes are evident, we're struggling to see any changes with the mini-map ourselves.
Here are all the upcoming improvements:
The full patch notes are said to be coming soon, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the full contents.
We're still no closer to learning anything more about future content for the game. A next-gen upgrade and free DLC was promised for the latter half of the year, but as the summer approaches its end, we're still yet to receive any dates.
According to a recent tech test from Digital Foundry, Cyberpunk 2077 still has "a lot that needs changing" all this time after release. Whether this update will bring some substantial upgrades outside of the ones shown remains to be seen, but hopefully we get an updated roadmap for the rest of the year sometime soon.
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