CD Projekt Red delayed patch 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077 from February to the end of March. With that patch coming soon, the developers have released details about what players can expect in it. And it is pretty massive in scale, addressing a number of the biggest issues concerning gameplay.
The first is regarding the police spawning immediately behind you when you get wanted. Once the patch rolls out, they will stop materialising out of thin air. A scout drone will also appear in advance to give the impression that the police are assessing the situation.
On vehicles, CDPR said that the new patch will add a new Steering Sensitivity option. This will hopefully make your car more obedient to your inputs, rather than plowing straight ahead when you turn the steering wheel. The patch will also add an Unstuck feature to Cyberpunk 2077. And it kicks in when you’re hitting the accelerator paddle but not moving. In such situations, you can rock your vehicle to get it the right way up.
And finally, there’s a new option to turn off dodge by double-tapping a directional input. Which is great if you frequently get frustrated by dodging when all you wanted was to make quick micro-adjustments to your position.
You read the patch notes yourself by following the link below. CDPR has written it in a very tongue-in-cheek way with a TV news format. That could serve as its own form of entertainment. Though the devs did not say when will Cyberpunk 2077 actually get the patch 1.2.