With Cyberpunk 2077 now out in the wild people are running into, and you're not gonna believe this, some glitches, bugs, and issues.
While some of these can't be fixed by your wonderful selves, others can be squashed if you know how.
So, to help you out, we've decided to put together some articles to help you out.
This particular one is to help you deal with the annoying crashes and freezes.
Why does Cyberpunk 2077 crash and freeze?
There can be plenty of reasons for these issues, but more often than not it's going to be to do with either your settings or your drivers.
Given how pretty the game is, there's a fair chance that you're simply asking too much of your poor old PC, or that you haven't done some of the essential bits of TLC that you need to.
The good news is that you'll probably be able to sort both of those things out, and here's how you can do that.
How to stop Cyberpunk 2077 from crashing and freezing
The first thing you should do is check your GPU drives. You'll be able to update these in different ways depending on the graphics card you're using, but you need to make sure these are up to date.
Next, lower the settings in the game. If you make the game less demanding it should, in theory, run better. Don't let your pride get the best of you here, just embrace the fact that your PC is struggling, and don't make it worse by trying to push it too hard.
Next, make sure nothing else is running on your computer. Every other program detracts from your PC's focus, and will therefore mess things up.