One of the most anticipated games of the entire generation, Cyberpunk 2077 will hit stores next November, and it seems that this time it will be the final one, after suffering several delays throughout 2020. CD Projekt RED’s open-world RPG promises to deliver a deep sci-fi universe, with that storytelling and questing style that was so successful in The Witcher 3. And it seems that this will not be the only heritage of the fantasy game, since the study confirms that there will also be free DLC in Cyberpunk 2077.
Now, don’t expect the big game expansions to be free. For reference, the free DLCs for The Witcher 3 ranged from loose bonus missions to additional outfits, new weapons, and armor, card sets for Gwent, or New Game + mode, among other things. Through Twitter, and with a gif of Kool Aid’s mascot, because that is how announcements are made today, the official Cyberpunk 2077 account confirmed the news.
In the last year, CD Projekt has spoken on more than one occasion about offering the same content strategy as The Witcher 3 in its new adventure, Cyberpunk 2077, where they also stated that its expansion program will be similar to that of Geralt of Rivia’s game. . The third installment of The Witcher saga featured 2 paid expansions and 16 free DLCs, and with the confirmation that there will be free content in your new game, we will see if the figures remain even, or if they exceed them.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on November 19, 2020. An adventure that promises absolute freedom to the player, being able to complete it without killing anyone, or without even concluding its story. This same month a new gameplay trailer for the game was shown with a look at its gameplay.