Cyberpunk 2077 hotfix 1.12 ought to cut back the chance of real-life malware assaults

CD Projekt Pink launched yet one more hotfix for Cyberpunk 2077 on Friday morning — albeit a really tiny one.

Hotfix 1.12 is barely obtainable for PC gamers and solves two main points: “fastened a buffer overrun subject” and “eliminated/changed non-ASLR DLLs.” So far as patch notes go, that’s not very clear or useful to the common client. So right here’s what this patch truly does.

The buffer overrun subject ought to cease Cyberpunk 2077 from having extreme reminiscence leak points, which may trigger the sport to make use of extra sources than it ought to whereas operating in your PC. It’s unclear how, or if, most shoppers will discover any enhancements to the overall gameplay expertise, but it surely definitely can’t damage.

The non-ASLR DLLs are somewhat extra advanced. CD Projekt Pink added official mod assist to Cyberpunk 2077 on the finish of January. However only some days later, the studio tweeted about potential safety vulnerabilities that may very well be launched alongside mods. Which means gamers may doubtlessly obtain mods or exterior saves that might give their real-life PC a real-life virus. The removing of the non-ASLR DLLs ought to higher shield gamers who wish to improve their Cyberpunk 2077 expertise with assist from the neighborhood whereas not placing their system — and their private data — in danger.

Hotfix 1.12 comes as a part of CD Projekt Pink’s roadmap to enhance the sport forward of free DLCs. However this isn’t the primary time prior to now month that CD Projekt Pink has needed to goal a hotfix at issues launched by a earlier patch. Patch 1.1 supplied numerous good adjustments, but additionally launched one other game-breaking bug for gamers. CD Projekt Pink shortly adopted up with hotfix.

Gamers ought to see one other giant patch, Patch 1.2, later this month.

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