Cyberpunk 2077 will host its first big expansion in 2023

CD Projekt RED gave some news about the first expansion of Cyberpunk 2077. This is currently in development and will arrive in 2023. Today, the state of the game is deemed satisfactory by the studio, which can therefore afford to engage on the sequel.

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Cyberpunk 2077 will be entitled to major expansions that will enrich the adventure. The first of them will arrive in 2023, said studio CD Projekt RED. It was in a tweet that the developer shared his roadmap for the year 2022, and therefore the development of this content. We’re talking big story-driven DLC like The Witcher has seen, not just a patch that adds weapons, vehicles, or apartments. In short, enough to bring back those who have already finished it.

The most anticipated game of the decade, Cyberpunk 2077 disappointed when it was released in December 2020. Buggy, unfinished, unplayable on console… the title caused a lot of ink to flow and since then CD Projekt has been working hard to improve it. As work on this point is now complete, the studio can move on.

Cyberpunk 2077 has finally become the game it dreamed of being

With the catastrophic release of the game, one would have thought that CD Projekt RED would quickly move on. Nay. The developer showed remarkable resilience on this project and the result is there. In April 2022, Cyberpunk is all over on PC. On “old gen” consoles, the furniture has been saved and the next-gen version available on PS5 and Xbox Series X is much better.

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In addition to Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt is working on other projects, such as a spin-off of its card game Gwent or the next-gen version of The Witcher 3. Scheduled for June, the latter has also been postponed to an indefinite date a few days ago. The studio wants to refine its copy, and it does well: it no longer has the right to make mistakes.

The studio’s big project is obviously the new Witcher game, announced recently. In order to secure the development, CD Projekt RED made an unprecedented choice: to work on the Unreal Engine 5 engine instead of the REDEngine, its in-house engine. Finally, note that in the roadmap shared on Twitter, we note the presence of preliminary work on titles that have not yet been announced. In short, CDProjekt RED has a lot to offer us for the future. The Cyberpunk 2077 DLC is just the first step.

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