This information was found on the development-end of Epic Games Store.
Hey chooms! I’ve got updated news about the upcoming DLCs for Cyberpunk 2077 that I previously posted about last month. This information has been found using a custom tool named “Epic Inspector” which allows users to access developer tools for the Epic Games Store.
What is Epic Inspector?
Epic Inspector is a custom tool used to access developer tools for Epic Games Store. It is a program made for private use by myself and Kayonitia.
Proof and source: https://72045.onuniverse.com
– GOG.com account linking with Epic Games
This is probably for online services such as multiplayer and account progress sync between an Epic and GOG account. The pages to link accounts have been created on Epic’s end.
– Content update is coming!
There’s an item named “content1” under the Versions category of Cyberpunk 2077 on Epic Games Store. I think this content update would bring in some content that was cut from the original game before release. Epic expects this update to be available on June 10th.
– All DLCs have dedicated server capacity limits
This could give us a rough estimate of how big the DLCs would be and how much of an impact they will have on the game. 20GB has been allocated for some minor DLCs. 30GB has been allocated for the more major DLCs. Refer to the images in the link provided above to view these yourself.
– Ripperdocs Expansion removed from DLC list
I think this will be provided with the content update mentioned earlier.
It seems like CDPR is putting in a lot of work to make Cyberpunk the game it was originally planned to be. I really hope Cyberpunk makes a comeback by Q3 of 2021.