We’ve recognized since earlier than launch that Cyberpunk 2077 would get free DLC early in 2021. We’ve recognized since after launch that Cyberpunk 2077 is pretty buggy on PC, and an absolute mess on consoles. It seems just like the free further content material remains to be on observe for the following few months, although, as developer CD Projekt Purple has quietly up to date its official web site to substantiate an early 2021 rollout.
“Free DLC begins hitting Evening Metropolis early 2021,” CDPR says on the recently-updated official site. “Keep tuned for more information!” It seems like that’s all of the element we’re getting for now. The console variations are due for two major patches within the coming months – one in January, and one in February – although it’s not clear if the PC updates might be on the identical schedule. (To this point, the early hotfixes on all platforms have been roughly comparable with one another.)
CDPR initially mentioned the early 2021 launch for the free DLC in a secret message hidden in the game’s launch trailer. “Similar to The Witcher 3, anticipate an assortment of free DLC packs to start hitting Evening Metropolis, dropping a bunch of cool stuff that’ll inject much more life into the world of the darkish future.”
There are additionally main paid DLC expansions within the works, however I anticipate we received’t be listening to a lot about these till fairly just a few extra patches land.