Update: Patch 1.05 does not fix the consistent crashing issue that has been present on PS4 and PS5 since Cyberpunk 2077 launched. You can read more about that specific problem by clicking through here.
Original Story: The pre-holidays patch that CD Projekt RED promised for Cyberpunk 2077 has just landed, weighing in at a rather large 17.5GB on PS4 (and PS5 via backwards compatibility). Update 1.05 is available to download now on Sony’s systems, promising stability and performance improvements as well as bug fixes for major quests. Even the enemy AI has been improved, apparently.
As recently reported, the PS4 version Cyberpunk 2077 will continue to be supported despite the fact that it has been delisted from the PlayStation Store. Users who bought the game and are unhappy with their purchase can request a full refund through PlayStation support.
Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 Update 1.05 Patch Notes
Here are the full Cyberpunk 2077 1.05 patch notes, as per CD Projekt RED:
Jackie will no longer disappear in The Pickup or The Heist.
Fixed an issue preventing players from landing the helicopter in Love like Fire.
Fixed an issue with Takemura not calling in Play it Safe.
It’s no longer possible to trigger the same dialogue twice in Big in Japan.
Fixed an issue with Delamain appearing upside down at the end of Don’t Lose Your Mind.
Saul now correctly reaches the van in Riders on the Storm.
Fast travelling before the encounter with Tyger Claws no longer breaks progression in I Fought the Law.
Fixed an issue blocking progress in Ghost Town if an autosave made upon Raffen Shiv’s arrival was loaded.
Fixed an issue with not receiving new calls or messages if Happy Together failed as a result of combat.
Elizabeth Peralez stops being excessively insistent with her calls after her job offer is refused.
The scene with Misty and Jackie now starts properly after leaving Viktor’s clinic.
Wakako’s dialogues no longer get blocked after finishing Search and Destroy.
Walking away from Stefan in Sweet Dreams shouldn’t prevent other characters from calling you anymore.
Brick’s detonator should now be properly interactable for players to disarm. Or set off. Your call.
Elevator doors should now correctly open in The Heist.
Saul now correctly gets out of cars in Riders on the Storm.
Fixed an issue with not receiving new calls or messages after running too far away from Frank in War Pigs.
Jackie now correctly leaves the factory after the combat is finished in The Pickup.
Fixed an issue with Militech reinforcements not spawning if driving through the gate too fast in Forward to Death.
Skipping time while in the club in Violence no longer results in issues with progression.
Fixed issues with starting Gig: Getting Warmer…
Fixed an issue with not receiving new calls or messages after Pyramid Song has been abandoned midway.
Fixed an issue whereby Delamain core could be already broken when player enters the Core room in Don’t Lose Your Mind.
Fixed issues with Delamain not appearing or doing nothing outside the Afterlife in The Heist.
Fixed an issue with objective getting stuck on “Talk to Viktor” in The Ripperdoc.
Fixed an issue whereby it was impossible to talk to the bouncer in front of Lizzie’s in The Information.
Added description for Don’t Lose Your Mind in the Journal.
Fixed an issue preventing player from saving, using fast travels, and talking to other NPCs after reloading a save with an active call with Frank in War Pigs.
Fixed an issue with Panam not calling about any other matter until I’ll Fly Away is completed.
Fixed an issue with Dum Dum following V after The Pickup is finished.
Improved the reaction times of NPCs taking cover.
Corrected the number of shots needed to kill civilians from a distance while in combat.
Fixed an issue with Delamain’s image displayed on top of the current caller during phone calls.
V’s mouth doesn’t stay open after entering the space lock in Where is My Mind.
Fixed some UI overlap issues.
V appears more modest in the inventory preview after the half year montage.
NPCs are faster to appear in the quest area during Stadium Love.
Added some warmth to HDR.
Fixed T-posing NPCs in Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Just Say No and Gig: Hot Merchandise.
Fixed an issue whereby after a braindance it was possible to be stuck in 3rd person view with no head.
Silencer icons are no longer displayed with no image in the inventory.
Fixed an issue with weapon crosshair persisting on screen.
The inventory menu no longer closes immediately after opening it for the first time after leaving a car.
Fixed an issue whereby upon accessing a fast travel terminal the button shown on the top right corner prompting to open the quest journal would not work.
Performance & Stability
Multiple stability improvements, including crash fixes.
Offscreen explosions make noise now.
Improved image sharpness with Chromatic Aberration and Film Grain on.
Settings should no longer reset to default after several game session restarts.
Fixed visual issues occurring during the transition between The Heist and Love Like Fire.
Corrected the look of several vehicles.
Telemetry consent request will appear once more due to an earlier issue with settings reset.
Fixed an issue whereby it was possible to fall down the elevator shaft in Megabuilding H8 in Automatic Love.
Needless to say, it’s been a crazy few days. Even with all of our experience in writing about video games for a living, we’ve never seen anything like this ongoing Cyberpunk 2077 saga. At this point, we just hope that this new patch, and the updates that are set to follow in early 2021, improve the game dramatically.