Cyberpunk 2077 still has one more story to tell in the upcoming Phantom Liberty expansion in 2023, and like previous premium content developed by CD Projekt Red, this DLC will come with an accompanying price tag. Talking to GameRadarCDPR’s global PR director, Radek Grabowski, confirmed that “as for the price of the expansion – we haven’t revealed the exact details, but it will be a paid one.”
This isn’t a new business tactic for CDPR as the developer has expanded The Witcher 3 post-launch with two well-received expansions: Hearts of Stone which costs $10 at release and DLC The much larger Blood and Wine retailed for $20 at the time of release. time. Like The Witcher 3–including one Free next generation updates on the way–Cyberpunk 2077 also received a significant amount of free DLC post-launch, with the Edgerunners update offering a significant amount of free cosmetics, weapons, and even an additional narrative theme.
Grabowski mentioned that “our expansions are traditionally cheaper than full-price games”, which suggests that the ghost of freedom may lean towards the Blood and Wine rating scale as it will give players a whole new realm to explore.
Cyberpunk 2077 has had a very successful time in 2022, thanks to a combination of game discounts, constant updates, and critical acclaim. Edgerunners anime series see one increase the number of players up to millions.
A new patch has given everyone in the Night City an umbrella and protect against accidental nip slipand fans can expect a Cyberpunk Sequel Future. Development is moving from Poland to a new US studiowith the core team of Cyberpunk 2077 moving to Boston to begin work on the sequel.
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