Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.5 Released for PC, Stadia, and Consoles

CD Projekt Red has announced the update for Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.5. The update is released for PC, Stadia, and Consoles, and for those who already own a copy of the game on last-gen consoles, the update has a size of 41GB and is free.

In the new generation, the game will receive support for Ray Tracing, dynamic 4K resolution, fast loading, visual and technical improvements. There will also be support for DualSense on PlayStation 5 with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers.

It also brings several important changes, such as a completely reworked skill tree to be simpler and more intuitive, a new progression system and improved artificial intelligence, as well as new skills like being able to throw knives.

Another interesting novelty is the possibility to buy apartments and change the decor. Another highly requested feature by players will also be added: changing the character’s physical appearance. Check out below some of the most notable changes coming in this update.

Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.5 Notes

Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.5 Notes
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  • Added ray-traced local light shadows.
  • Implemented native achievement support on next-gen consoles. Note that as the next-gen version has a different SKU, PlayStation trophies obtained in backward compatibility will not be transferred. Xbox achievements will automatically appear on the new version using the Smart Delivery feature.
  • Introduced two graphics modes on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X:

Performance Mode

  • Ensures smooth gameplay at 60fps with dynamic 4K scaling.

Ray Tracing Mode

Provides photorealistic shadow and reflection rendering as well as gameplay at 30fps with dynamic 4K scaling.

  • The Xbox Series S version has no graphics mode selection and is by default presented at 30 FPS in 1440p with dynamic resolution scaling.
  • Added performance improvements which significantly decrease the number of FPS drops and improve rendering quality.
  • Balanced HDR to achieve parity across all platforms.
  • Various visual quality improvements.
  • Added Activity Cards for PS5.
  • Added Spanish voiceover support in the Americas (PlayStation codes: CUSA-16596 and CUSA-16597). Due to technical constraints, it is available only on next-gen consoles.
  • Implemented support for spatial audio on PlayStation 5 for 3D-audio-enabled headphones and built-in TV speakers via PS5 ‘s Tempest 3D AudioTech solution.

Implemented the use of adaptive triggers on PS5 controllers.

  • Haptic feedback is now customized based on in-game activity.
  • The controller’s built-in speaker is used for holocalls, text messages, and everything that happens in V’s head.


This additional content is available for players on all platforms.


Apartments can be rented (with a one-time fee) when encountered in Night City or through the EZEstates website when accessed through the computer in V’s Megabuilding H10 apartment. They become available after completing the Playing for Time quest. It’s possible to rent all apartments at the same time. All apartments share the same stash.

Available apartments:

  • Northside, Watson (€$5,000)
  • Japantown, Westbrook (€$15,000)
  • The Glen, Heywood (€$40,000)
  • Corpo Plaza, City Center (€$55,000)

Additionally, you can now customize V’s starting apartment in Megabuilding H10 using the EZEstates website for €$10,000.

Appearance Customization

  • You can now tweak certain features of your appearance (such as hair, makeup, piercing, etc.) when using the mirror in any of your apartments and safehouses. It’s free and you can do it as often as you like. Character customization also includes more makeup and hair color options. Who’s the fairest of them all, now?

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