The saga of Cyberpunk 2077 was one for the history books. The game just managed to slide into the end of 2020, but was riddled with bugs and controversies. The title was clearly not finished in many aspects, with a console version that was essentially broken for those playing on previous gen hardware. However, despite all that, the game was a huge success, and CD Projekt RED is doing all they can to fix the game and its many issues. It’s also time to look to the future, too.
The developer launched a website teasing DLC for early 2021. There’s no information there, only a short montage clip. The game’s DLC and expansion material were originally planned to be revealed right before launch, but was pushed back due to the unexpected delay to December to focus on getting the base game out the door. As of now, nothing has been said specific about post-launch support, only that it will include free DLC and substantial expansions.
Cyberpunk 2077 is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Stadia. It’s worth note that you will only be able to find physical copies of the PS4 version, as the game has not been brought back digitally on PSN as of writing this.