Patch 1.12 has been released for PC!
★Patch 1.12 Notes
New details revealed for Patches and DLC Content!
・Update Roadmap for 2021
Did you find any bugs? Share and and get solutions!
・List of Bugs (1000)
This is a guide to installing and starting the physical version of Cyberpunk 2077 using the Data Disc and Play Disc. Learn how to set up the game and how to use each of the game's two discs.
When you open your copy of Cyberpunk 2077, you might be surprised to find two Disks. The Data Disc will be used to install necessary data before starting the game. After you've finished installing via the Data Disc, you'll be using the Play Disc when playing the actual game.
To install necessary data needed to install the game, you will need to insert the Data Disc first. The Data Disc contains essential data needed to run the game, so if you don't start with the Data Disc, you won't be able to start playing the game. If you are playing on PS4 or Xbox One, the Data Disc should be the second disk inside of the box (On Xbox, it may be labeled as Disk 2).
After the installation on the Data Disc has completed, you'll be able to play the game. A notification will appear on screen telling you to remove the Data Disc and insert the Play Disc. At this time, hit the eject button on your console to eject the disc, and insert the Play Disc. If you are playing on PS4 or Xbox, the Play Disc should be the first disk that you see when opening the box (on Xbox, it may be labeled as Disk 1).
From there, you'll be able to start playing the game – now check out the rest of our guides to learn how to get through it!
Patch 1.11 Notes
Emergency fixes for new bugs
Update Roadmap for 2021
Continuing to evolve after a rocky start
All Patch Notes and Patch History
We're still a long way from bug free
How the game will adapt for Next Gen
Free DLC and Expansions
First wave coming early 2021
Game Editions and Bonuses
No expense spared for collectors
Minimum and recommended specs
Every console you can and can't play on
Soundtrack and All Songs
Songs by real bands made for the game
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how do i get it to work with ps5?
I have tried everything for many hours. I have done anything and everything that I can find. I thought I might get the digital copy but I'm so upset that I can't get this game to even start playing that I have decided to not play it at all. Maybe one day in the distant future
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In the crafting screen, would love to see a comparison between what I'm currently equipped with vs what I've selected to craft. In the Inventory screen, I have no idea where any extra weight is without going into each category (weapons, clothes, etc). Please add some sort of weight indicator next to each category so I know exactly where I seem to be overloaded. In the Map, please mark completed items (assault in progress, access points), grey out the icons or something similar?
If I fail or cancel out of an access point, the mini-game will not load up, you'll just get the jack in/Jack out animations but the mini-game will no longer appear.
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