The most recent patch for Cyberpunk 2077 brings a fix to the corrupted save file bug that was corrupting players saves if the size of the save file went above 8MB. The hotfix will remove the 8MB limit. However, save files that have already been corrupted will not be fixed.
It is still unknown if CD Projekt Red will be releasing a tool or fix for these corrupted saves. At this time, it is probably safe to assume that these saves are unrecoverable.
Patch 1.06 also improves memory management on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One copies of the game. This should hopefully help with the game crashing sporadically. Lastly, the patch fixes an issue with the Second Conflict quest. Dum Dum will no longer go missing from the Totentanz entrance.
CD Projekt Red has been steadily releasing updates for Cyberpunk 2077 since its release. Each patch has been focusing on issues that players have brought to light. Although these patches are not significant, and they usually target a few problems, it is good to see that CD Projekt Red is attempting to make the game better.
Despite the game receiving some rather nasty reviews due to its poor PlayStation 4 and Xbox One performance, the game has still managed to sell over 13 million copies as of December 20th.