Another day, another Cyberpunk 2077.
Five days after its launch, new issues with CD Projekt Red are still being discovered. Cyberpunk 2077..
PC players using AMD CPUs seem to have problems with SFRPG. According to a post on Reddit from user BramblexD, the game doesn’t seem to recognize the logical core of AMD’s technology, but instead only the physical core.
Translated from geeks to English, it means that people using AMD tech will experience a significant performance drop when playing Cyberpunk 2077 because the game uses only a fraction of the horsepower. I will.
The solution to this problem is to use a hexadecimal editor to edit the game’s executable (.EXE), according to a comment from the Reddit thread. Search for “753033 C9 B8 01 00 00 00 0F A2 8B C8 C1 F9 08” and change it to “EB 30 33 C9 B8 01 00 00 00 0F A2 8B C8 C1 F908”.
that’s it. simple!
This is the second time a user has had to come up with a solution to a problem with the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077. One user – ThePhoenixRoyal – recently posted on Reddit on how to tweak some of the configuration files to improve PC performance. This was because CD Projekt Red seemed to allocate the same amount of memory and VRAM to the PC. This is what you need for your game on your Xbox or PlayStation.
Prior to its release on December 10, it was also revealed that the game could cause epileptic seizures in some people. This is what CD Projekt tried to fix with a patch. The studio also acknowledged that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game weren’t perfect and instructed them to refund the game if the customer was dissatisfied with the game.
In the console, players are also finding some creative ways to improve significantly inferior performance on those platforms.