CD Projekt Red is gearing up for the release of its upcoming dystopian RPG, Cyberpunk 2077, and the company is promising nothing less than the best for its patient, patient fans. Although the main game has yet to hit the shelves, talk of DLC has already begun, and it’s nothing but good news for gamers!
The company recently hosted a Q&A session with investors in Poland where DLC for the game came up. As translated by VGC, it seems we can expect “no less DLC than The Witcher 3 had,” according to Adam Kiciński, CD Projekt president.
As for when we can expect to see DLC in relation to the game’s launch, Kiciński said we can expect “a similar scenario to The Witcher 3”. In case you’re not up to date with how The Witcher 3 handled DLC, we were treated to a number of free updates along with two massive paid expansions: Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine.
If we can expect just as much – if not more – from Cyberpunk 2077 then colour me excited!
There’s also going to be multiplayer for Cyberpunk, which is also sounding pretty darn exciting. CD Projekt Red is treating the multiplayer aspect as an entirely separate game with a dedicated group of game devs working on it.
While games are getting delayed left right and centre thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, CD Projekt Red has insisted that Cyberpunk 2077 is still on-track for its September release. Like every other project on the planet, the game’s production has suffered some setbacks thanks to the global lockdown, but the company has found ways to keep everything to schedule – thanks to a Day One patch which will fix some voice over issues.
The main Cyberpunk 2077 experience will be landing on console and PC, 17 September 2020.
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