A new update for Cyberpunk 2077 fixes the way V sleeps, remedying the infamous sleeping pose by letting the character sleep like a normal person.
The awkward way V sleeps in Cyberpunk 2077 has just been remedied by CD Projekt Red in the latest update. The game was riddled with bugs and glitches at launch, and many gamers were not pleased. CD Projekt Red has since been working tirelessly to fix the issues gamers have with the game, despite delays to patches and updates caused by hackers. Patch 1.2 will reportedly fix over 500 bugs, and the latest update, going live today, fixes a problem many players have complained about since the release of Cyberpunk 2077.
There has been a lot of good news going around about the post-launch development of Cyberpunk 2077, as CD Projekt Red releases patch after patch to try and fix a game which was terribly broken at launch. Players have had many issues with the game, such as game-breaking bugs and storyline problems, but one such problem has boggled players’ minds since its release. V, the game’s protagonist, doesn’t sleep like a normal person, with the character splayed across the bed horizontally, rather than vertically, with their head on the pillow. The ridiculous sleeping position confused many players, and although it was a small issue, it took some immersion out of the game.
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As reported by Game Rant, the latest Cyberpunk 2077 update fixes the dreadful sleeping position, finally programming V to sleep with their head on a pillow. The minor change wasn’t included in the patch notes, so it is very possible that plenty of other issues have been dealt with, but players will have to go on a scavenger hunt to find them.
Still, not everyone will be happy with every update, and some players are peeved that more important bugs weren’t prioritized over the small issue of V’s sleeping position. Sure, mods can fix a lot, such as the way fast travel works in Cyberpunk 2077, but not everyone wants to add mods to their game. Instead, the frustrating bugs should be fixed by the CD Projekt Red team, and this one small issue might not have been the most important one for them to fix.
Regardless of how players feel, the patch does show the promising work the developers are putting into the game, as they continuously try to turn the title into what players had dreamed about for years. With updates that fix teleporting police and driving mechanics, as well as plenty of other patches still in the works, Cyberpunk 2077 could shape up to be a dream come true, albeit several months too late. At least for now V can sleep soundly, and not like a complete weirdo.
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Cyberpunk 2077 is available on PlayStation 4, Google Stadia, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft
Source: Game Rant
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