The update also improves memory management and stability on consoles, leading to fewer crashes, according to the developer.
And it fixes an issue which was resulting in Dum Dum going missing during the Second Conflict quest.
Hotfix 1.06 is the latest in a series of patches designed to improve the performance of the game, which has been criticised for a range of technical issues, particularly on consoles.
Sony and Microsoft subsequently began offering refunds to players who had purchased Cyberpunk 2077 digitally. The former even pulled the game from sale on the PlayStation Store, while Microsoft added a performance warning to the title’s Xbox store page.
CD Projekt is planning to release large Cyberpunk 2077 patches in January and February which the company has claimed should fix the “most prominent issues” players are experiencing on last-gen consoles and bring those versions closer to the PC experience.
The company claimed this week that Cyberpunk 2077 had sold 13 million copies after factoring in returns to retailers and outstanding refund requests.