Phantom Liberty: Cyberpunk 2077 expansion will be paid, CD Projekt RED confirms

The company has not yet decided how much the DLC will charge

After spending over a year promoting free updates Cyberpunk 2077CD Projekt RED is willing to ask players to pay for game content. PR director Radek Grabovski confirmed this in an interview with Games Radar Phantom Liberty expansion requires payment to access🇧🇷

According to Grabovski, so far The developer has not decided how much it will ask players to pay for the new adventure🇧🇷 However, he assured that the company will maintain its tradition and should not ask for expansion at the same price as it usually does for full games.

While the news that Phantom Liberty will require a separate payment for Cyberpunk 2077 shouldn’t come as news to many, it may come as a surprise. Given the troubled situation, the RPG hit stores, CD Projekt RED has gone over a year without asking for additional payment for the gameEven when he received important news.

Phantom Liberty should be the game’s only expansion

Start of expansion Cyberpunk 2077 should follow a similar process to The Witcher 3: Wild Huntwhich has gained two more major stories since its release in 2015. However, the latest RPG should only gain an additional plot – after that, the developer will turn his attention to the development of a full sequel to the game.

no release date yet Phantom Liberty promises to take players to yet-to-be-explored areas of Night City🇧🇷 It should also bring back characters like Johnny Silverhand while introducing new characters in a story that promises to have “spy thriller” tones.

Cyberpunk 2077 expansion Marks the end of support for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, as it will only be available for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC. Additionally, CD Projekt RED is also working on quality-of-life improvements to the RPG, including a completely overhauled police system.

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting FSR 2.1 support on PC and next-gen consoles

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting FSR 2.1 support on PC and next-gen consoles
NPCs in the game will also start using umbrellas when walking around the city at night.


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Source: Eurogamer


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