CD Projekt Red has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077’s main expansion, Phantom Liberty, will be paid DLC upon its 2023 release.
talk game radarCD Projekt Red’s global PR director, Radek Grabowski, said the price hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the expansion won’t be free DLC like the recent Edgerunners update.
Players familiar with CD Projekt Red may have had similar expectations, but this is the first time the developer has explicitly confirmed that the Phantom Liberty will cost money.
Of course, CD Projekt Red typically releases a lot of free content for its games (including The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s next-gen update due out this December), so some confusion is understandable. That’s what I mean. The Phantom Liberty is a bigger addition with new story content and missions as well as new cosmetics, weapons and more.
So far, only a short teaser trailer has been released, confirming that Keanu Reeves will return as Johnny Silverhand in the expansion. I heard warn V about the oath he had just taken.
Game director Gabriel Amatangelo promised when Phantom Liberty was announced to be an exciting expansion for Night City with a new-style plot, new cast of characters.
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Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He talks about witchers all day long.