Cyberpunk 2077: You want these features for Patch 1.5

The GameStar community has very clear wishes when it comes to Cyberpunk 2077. This becomes immediately clear when evaluating our survey – more than 3000 of you have voted, over a hundred comments provide further opinions. We summarize what you wish for the upcoming patch 1.5 and the future of cyberpunk.

What GameStar readers hope for for Cyberpunk 2077

As a reminder: In our survey you had up to three votes available, which you could distribute over several specified feature requests. We also asked you to share your thoughts with us in the comments. Thank you for your diligent participation!

The biggest feature requests

Almost half of all participants voted for »More interactions and relationships with NPCs« voted (1,468 votes). Many players want to experience more with their favorite characters and want more choice in the romances. This was also more than clear in another GameStar survey. Conflicts between the gangs or the opportunity to join one are also repeatedly requested in the comments.

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Other common requests: We already mentioned the 2nd place of your feature requests in the test: Let’s transfer the values ​​of our clothes so that we can put together cool outfits! Unfortunately, the transmog system is still a long time coming, but we have some hope for Patch 1.5. It should definitely be technically feasible!

The next two wishes are almost on par with 12 and 10 percent and express something similar: The game needs new quests and new areas! Here, too, it becomes clear that many would like to spend more time in Night City if there was more variety and new things to discover there. Small quests could well be in the patch, but new locations will probably only be delivered by the announced expansion.

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Some of you also want to be able to design V more according to your own ideas: 9 percent of you want apartment upgrades, hairdressers and tattooists 8 percent.

A theft system is little wanted, which would probably be quite difficult to implement anyway. After all, 1 percent of all participants are perfectly happy with Cyberpunk 2077 and do not need any more innovations.

So much for the numbers. But of course what you had to say in the comments is much more exciting!

The two most upvoted comments are long lists of feature requests. User Wurstautomat names many features, from a simple “go” button (which is already available on gamepads) to upgrading complex systems, such as the police or the weather. So far, modders in particular have taken on such projects:

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Cyberpunk 2077 – With these mods you can get the most out of it

mikelee2077 would rather have a dog than a cat Nibbles as a pet and risk a bitter commentary battle. He would also like a lot of innovations, for example exciting random events, gang wars and secrets – apparently Cyberpunk 2077 should be copying a lot from Skyrim in your eyes (also says user anduls in a comment). mikelee2077 justifies his wishes as follows:

The world is so incredibly big and beautiful, but it feels so infinitely empty and artificial

GameStar user Cyv0 describes his most important wish in his very first comment on GameStar: A reputation system would lead to more consequences of Vs actions. However, Cyv0 directly points out that such a system can hardly be introduced afterwards.

Some commentators make it clear that they no longer believe in big changes – or that Cyberpunk 2077 is through with them, even if new features should be implemented. For example, user Sensilio writes:

When I read through the comments here I notice that many would like to have profound design changes in mechanics and role-playing depth … I don’t think that CDPR can / will get that much out of the CP2077 – on the one hand, the work has to be completed at some point and on the other hand, they will surely save some of these points for a successor.

I would prefer that they would just patch the worst blunders now – offer a NextGen update and then finish a bigger add-on for me … And then all the resources on The Witcher 4 so that we can play that at least for this decade be able! (…) The image is damaged, the game is only mediocre and you should just accept that you wanted too much – and do better with the next project!

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Cyberpunk 2077: So it goes on with updates and DLCs

Either way, not all of the desired changes will be in Patch 1.5 – an alleged leak had announced this, but CDPR has now made it clear that it is false information. The next update does not yet have an exact release date, but it should appear in the first quarter of 2022. We’ll keep you up to date!