Cyberpunk 2077‘s new patch, Patch 1.3 is on its way, and in the mean time, CD Projekt Red have given us a look at some of the changes coming to the game with this new patch. Patch 1.3 will bring changes to the minimap system while driving, perk point resetting, and a fix for an early game quest which bothered players for a while.
While the list of changes leaves a lot to be desired, it is a good mid point between fixing game breaking bugs and those that don’t really affect the user. Cyberpunk 2077 new patch will be out in a few weeks.
Improved Minimap while driving in Cyberpunk 2077 New Patch 1.3
Players heavily criticized driving in Cyberpunk 2077. This was mainly due to the unresponsive controls of the cars and the size of the minimap. With Patch 1.3, this is set to change. While driving, the minimap will zoom out to show you more road ahead of you, which makes it easier to navigate your way through Night City without missing every turn. Incidentally, driving at high speeds will also be easier thanks to this.
Know what you’re choosing
During a quest, or while exploring, you may have come across a club called Clouds. This is a place where you can find two sex workers named Angel (male worker) and Skye (female worker)- and after a cutscene showing the two, players were to make a choice based on the names, rather than the character models. Now, with the update, players will be able to see pictures of the workers, which can rid players of any confusion in this matter.
Experiment with builds in Cyberpunk 2077 New Patch
Since Cyberpunk 2077 is an RPG, player builds are quite in-depth, and often, a first time player doesn’t know exactly what they’re getting into. The game offers players the chance to respec all their perk points, but the thing is that this is quite expensive- 100,000 Eddies at any ripperdoc in Night City. With the update, this price is being cut down to 13,200 eddies. This means that players can experiment and switch up character builds as and when they choose. The developers say this change is expected to bring more of an experimental play style among players.