CD Projekt RED got off to a bad start with Cyberpunk 2077, but through updates they’ve already patched up the leaks of their massive RPG, which return to the planned course. The Polish studio, creators of The Witcher trilogy, always talked about DLC expansions and even an ambitious online mode.
all those plans stopped, or stayed in the background while working on patches and next gen versions, for PS5 and Xbox Series X. But almost two years after its release, CDPR is ready to talk about the future of Cyberpunk 2077…
…and it will be next Tuesday, on a special episode of Night City Wire.
Choooom! There’s something new on the horizon – a special episode of Night City Wire!
See you on Tuesday, September 6th at 5 PM CESThttps://t.co/cBU8yS6pfc pic.twitter.com/8yobnx18qz
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) September 2, 2022
The Tuesday, September 6, at 5:00 p.m. CEST (Spanish peninsular time), there will be a new episode of Night City Wire, a special live broadcast.
The focus will be on Cyberpunk Edgerunners, the Netflix anime that premieres on September 13, with an original story in 10 episodes made in Japan and with the same locations as the game (but independent of it). His last trailer was crazy.
Regarding the video game, CD Projekt RED says that “They will talk about what is coming to Cyberpunk 2077“. We hope that, at a minimum, if there are no trailers, they will confirm the title, plans and indicative dates for the expansions.
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They said that at least part of the expansions would come out in 2023, and according to leaks it will have new locations and long-lasting missions. A rumor said that they would be set in the ghost town of Busan…
CD Projekt RED has their teams divided, working on Cyberpunk 2077 expansions, and also on the new The Witcher game in Unreal Engine 5. A few months ago they confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 DLC would be announced this year.
Regarding the online mode, they already said that it would be an independent experience that would take years to come. That was in 2020, before launch… so whatever it was, it would have had to be delayed further (and we don’t know if it’s still in development). For now, CD Projekt will focus on single-player story expansions, like The Witcher 3 DLC.