Released just in time for the weekend, Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.10 does a lot to address the game's consistent crashing issue on PS5 (via backwards compatibility) and PS4. Well, according to the official patch notes, at least. The notes claim that "various stability improvements" have been implemented, and on Sony's last-gen system specifically, the update features "various crash fixes".
Except Cyberpunk 2077 still crashes with alarming frequency on PlayStation consoles. In our experience, the crashes don't come quite as quickly with 1.10 installed — but they're definitely still there. Various reports from around the web say the same thing, but for some players, it seems as though the crashes have somehow gotten even worse since downloading the latest patch. In short, the game's still an absolute mess.
It's completely unacceptable. We can handle the odd crash every now and then, but Cyberpunk 2077 has crashed on us more times than we can count. It's the main reason why we gave the game a shocking 3/10 score in our review. At this rate, it's going to be a while until the title is allowed back on the PlayStation Store.