Adam Kiciński, President of CD Projekt Red, recently revealed many details regarding the expansion plan of Cyberpunk 2077, confirming at least two large DLC dedicated to the story of free content, and much more. Additionally, the President announced that the multiplayer mode will include microtransactions and that players will be “happy to spend their money.”
As for the DLCs, Kiciński has announced that a roadmap will be published before the game’s release, set for next November 19th. The developers have stated that their will is to adopt the same model used years ago with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, initially offering a series of downloadable content for free, and only after real expansions. At least 16 free DLCs will be released, which will include new missions, cosmetics, weapons and minor devices, and two paid expansions that will enrich the story and the game world.
As for microtransactions, Kiciński limited himself to saying that they will be part of the multiplayer mode, due out between 2021 and 2022. The goal is to “design a monetization that makes people happy to spend money,” said the President of CD Projekt, then stating that these will not be inserted aggressively and that players will not be pushed to use them.
CD Projekt Red will continue to support the game for years, with changes based on player feedback. Therefore, we can expect various changes to the game interface, new accessibility options, changes to subtitles, and other improvements. We remind you that the game will be immediately available on PC and current-gen consoles, Switch excluded. The upgrade for the new generation will be free.