Update: In an email to IGN, representatives of CD Projekt have confirmed that the names are shown in images shared by user u/PricklyAssassin of a now-gone Add-on page for Cyberpunk 2077 in the Epic Games Store “are not DLCs for the game.” Now, this raises a serious question if they’re not DLCs then what are they? Feel free to comment!
For the time, CD Projekt RED is dealing with various issues including their efforts to repair the buggy Cyberpunk 2077 since its release in December. An eagle eye Redditor and data miner has posted a hidden page of the game on the Epic Games Store claiming that CDPR is working on at least 10 free and 3 paid DLCs for Cyberpunk 2077.
A Redditor nicknamed PricklyAssassin posted the hidden page of the game on the Epic Games Store and shortly after he posted it, the Reddit moderators deleted the topic. However, before the original post was deleted, a Twitter user IdleSloth84 somehow managed to take the screenshot and posted it on Twitter.
Now as you can see in the above post, Data miner states that he first discovered this back in February, and noted that the Epic Games has increased the total allocated server capacity for Cyberpunk 2077 from 100GB to 500GB, which is a common thing to do before releasing new DLC or expansions. Further, he claims that there were 18 free DLCs listed on the site back in February, but now that number has been reduced to ten. Other than their names, there’s no detail about when and in which order they are going to release these free DLCs.
A list of future free DLCs for Cyberpunk 2077:
- Ripperdocs Expansion
- Body Shops Expansion
- Fashion Forward Expansion
- Gangs of Night City
- Body of Chrome
- Rides of the Dark Future
- The Relic
- Neck Deep
- Night City Expansion
In addition to these, 3 paid DLCs have been added this week, which also lacks details and doesn’t even have names just yet. The data miner suggested that these DLCs will be published within a few months, but there’s no information on what exactly will these add-ons have inside or how much they will cost. DLC is a common thing to all major titles, and the addition of these in games is something that most audiences look forward to. But being a gamer, I prefer to have fixes for a buggy game like Cyberpunk 2077 first instead of having DLCs or any expansions.
Meanwhile, CD Projekt Red is still working to bring update 1.2 for Cyberpunk 2077, which got delayed due to the Ransome attack in February. It still not clear how much will this update going to fix the game and when it will be released.
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