But along with the improvements, some players have a problem: they cannot exit the menu.
ElAnalistaDeBits posted a 25-minute video on YouTube that compared Cyberpunk 2077 before and after patch 1.05 on PlayStation consoles – base PS4, as well as PS4 Pro and PS5. The authors of the video checked how the resolution, frame rate, as well as texture quality and draw distance changed.
Cyberpunk 2077 | 1.05 Patch Comparison | PS4 – PS4 Pro – PS5
The most noticeable difference is noticeable on the base PS4: the picture has become noticeably clearer, and there are more NPCs on the streets. At the same time, fps indicators remained similar to the previous version of the game and stay below 30 frames per second most of the time, and the problem with slow loading of objects has not disappeared.
At the same time, as reported by some players, after installing the patch to version 1.05 on the PlayStation, they had another problem: they cannot exit the settings menu. CD Projekt RED technical support already knows about this bug, but so far only restarting the game can help.
If you can’t leave the settings after making changes, please try this:
1. Close the game.
2. Once it restarts, it’s possible you’ll get an error notification about corrupted data. Just press ‘OK’.
3. You should be able to make changes.
— CD PROJEKT RED CS (@CDPRED_Support) December 19, 2020
For everyone who plays Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation. If you are unable to exit the settings after making changes, try the following: 1) close the game; 2) after restarting, you can see an error message and corrupted data, click “OK”; 3) you should now be able to make changes.
Hotfix 1.05 for Cyberpunk 2077 was released on consoles on December 19, a little later it was released for the PC version. Among other things, in this update, the developers have improved HDR and fixed several bugs, including some cases of NPCs appearing in “T-poses” and errors that broke individual tasks.