It's safe to say that the launch of 'Cyberpunk 2077' wasn't the success story that CD Projekt Red had hoped for.

In less than a few days, the game was pulled from the PS Store by Sony after multiple complaints from players - something that's never happened before in the PS Store's history. Not only that, the bugs and faults with the game were such that many players simply gave up and demanded refunds from retailers.

While the game has been far more stable on PC, its console port hasn't been so lucky. Although some updates were offered, CD Projekt Red held off on a major patch until this weekend - when it launched the 1.1 Patch.

Per the official synopsis, the patch focused in on "various stability improvements", including memory usage improvements, crash fixes, as well as console-specific fixes. For the PS4 / PS5, there was numerous optimisation for crowds, while the Xbox One / Xbox Series' fixes took in memory usage for character creation, mirrors, scanning, camera remote control, and more. Not only that, a number of game-breaking bugs in certain missions were fixed, including those for some of the game's major storylines and missions.

The size of the patch is around 17GB on consoles and around 10GB on PC, but while that might seem like a lot, CD Projekt Red is promising that this is only the beginning and that more work is being done to make the game more stable and chase all remaining bugs in the game.

Sony have so far refused to comment on when 'Cyberpunk 2077' will be re-added to the PS Store, but given the number of the issues with the game that still remain, it's unlikely to be any time soon.

You can read our PlayStation 4 / 5 review of the game here.