After a lengthy wait, Cyberpunk 2077’s Patch 1.3 is finally here, bringing with it a new Archer Quartz vehicle and alternative Johnny Silverhand threads. Since its catastrophic launch in 2020, when game-breaking bugs so heavily damaged it, Sony withdrew it from the PlayStation Store. It provided full refunds to those who purchased the digital edition, CD Projekt Red’s futuristic RPG has been fighting an uphill struggle.
Since then, Cyberpunk 2077 has been re-released on the PlayStation Store, with the majority of the game’s many problems fixed to the point that CD Projekt Red has declared the game’s stability to be adequate.
Of course, there are still a few places in the game that the creator can enhance. The recently announced Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 promises to make perk resets cheaper and correct a small glitch in a plot-critical side mission at the Clouds nightclub, among hundreds of other improvements.
CD Projekt Red, the creator of Cyberpunk 2077, released an update on the different cosmetic items coming in the Cyberpunk 2077 1.3 patch on Tuesday, stating that it will be released “soon.” These include a new Multilayered Syn-Leather Deltajock and Luminescent Punk jackets for V (which will be available after players complete “The Ride” subquest and can be crafted at a higher level), and a gleaming new Archer Quartz “Bandit” vehicle (which players can drive after clearing the “Additional Content” settings menu tab).
The many contents and gameplay tweaks introduced in Cyberpunk 2077’s Patch 1.3 are extensive. However, they may not be as game-changing as some players had hoped, as there are still many unreleased Cyberpunk 2077 features that fans eagerly anticipate, such as the ability to change V’s appearance after the initial character customization at the game’s start. Some prior updates have even introduced new bugs on their own, such as one that allows NPCs to attack automobiles, although none have been reported for Patch 1.3 yet.
CD Projekt Red is still trying to fix the numerous flaws that have plagued Cyberpunk 2077 since its notorious debut last year, including big faults that rendered the game unplayable as well as smaller errors that generated a slew of internet memes. While Patch 1.3 consists primarily of minor bug fixes, the few new cosmetic items described here may be of interest to players who are still exploring the Night City environment.