Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 2.11 Being Deployed Across PC, PS5 and Xbox Series; Addresses Finisher Animations, More

CD Projekt Red has released Cyberpunk 2077 patch 2.11 across PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

Some days ago we reported about the new upcoming update for Cyberpunk 2077, and this brand-new patch is now being rolled out as we speak. As covered earlier, this new update fixes finisher animations alongside other reported issues, including a fix for a bug with Mr. Hands in the “High Ho Silver Lining” quest. “Fixed an issue where it wasn’t possible to talk to Mr. Hands in the Heavy Hearts club because he wasn’t interactable or did not spawn for players who experienced this issue on 2.1”, the official release notes for Cyberpunk 2077 patch 2.11 read.

Looking at the full notes, this is quite an extensive bug-fixing update, addressing issues across the board, including UI issues, visual issues, Phantom Liberty-specific bugs, quest bugs, and more. In addition, the update contains PC-specific changes, including a Hybrid CPU Utilization setting, which can be set to either “auto” or “”Prioritize P-Cores”, which prioritizes performance cores. Also, the update contains a fix that should improve performance, especially on AMD RX Vega GPUs.

We highly suggest checking out the full release notes for this new update here.

Cyberpunk 2077 and the Phantom Liberty expansion are available worldwide now across PC and consoles with the Phantom Liberty DLC only being available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series. We reviewed the Phantom Liberty expansion on release, and here’s what we wrote about it last year:

“After beating the main quest and most side content, the in-game hour count says 120 hours, meaning I’ve spent around thirty hours with the expansion. However, I’m the kind of player who grabs every corpse to hide it in nearby containers after each fight, which takes some time. Still, I’d wager it is fair to compare Phantom Liberty with The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine, widely considered one of the biggest expansions in gaming.”

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