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Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes: Fewer eyebrows, wetter roads, and more changes

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(Image credit: CD Projekt Red)

The latest Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes are here, with fixes for improper hair appearances and unusually dry roads, among others.

Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.31 is the first numbered update since the long-awaited version 1.3, which last month introduced the game's first free DLC along with a jam-packed assortment of bug fixes and optimizations. These new Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes are slim by comparison, but they still have some noteworthy changes, and the update itself is out now on all of Cyberpunk 2077's supported platforms.

One of the key changes should mean characters are only as hirsute as the developers intended, by removing hair and eyebrows which "were set to 'off' in earlier game versions." Another fixes an issue with roads not looking wet when they should, which came up when CD Projekt Red started improving Cyberpunk 2077's system for rendering wet surfaces. With the glitch in the new system fixed, rainy roads should look even more slick than they did in the previous version.

The rest of the Cyberpunk 2077 patch notes include fixes for individual quests, such as an issue which could cause your car to get stuck between a blockade and a guardrail during The Nomad, sort of like that scene from Austin Powers.

You can find the full list of changes on CD Projekt Red's official site.

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