Cyberpunk 2077 is plagued with a wide variety of bugs to the point where for console gamers, companies like Sony started to refund gamers for the game as it was essentially unplayable. On PC, it is much better, but it isn’t without its issues. The company did pledge to release major patches meant to fix the problems, but it seems to have brought new problems of its own.
In the latest patch released for the game that will bump it up to version 1.1, it seems that players have discovered a game-breaking bug. Basically, this involves a quest called “Down on the Street” where players had to meet up with a key NPC and receive a phone call. However, when they do meet the NPC and the call comes in, nothing happens.
Given that this is part of the main questline, it essentially means that players who have played up to this stage will not be able to progress any further, which can be frustrating. The developers of the game, CD Projekt, have since acknowledged that they are aware of the bug and are working on a new update to fix it.
In the meantime, the company has posted a workaround on its website that will hopefully allow gamers to deal with the issue and continue on with the game.
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