By the time The Witcher 3 was released, CD Projekt Red released 16 free DLCs for the first three months before announcing two paid expansions offering tens of extra gameplay hours.
This decision seems to be CDPR’s middle finger against the business practice of other AAA game companies where small content is made to be paid and immediately announces “season pass” even before the game is released. It looks like the same thing will happen for their newest game – Cyberpunk 2077.
Confirmed via Twitter, CDPR briefly confirmed that their new RPG game would provide similar free DLC content after its release. The amount that will be given in the interim is not yet defined.
CDPR is also planning to make major expansions as they did in The Witcher 3, but that’s just a plan. The current focus of the Polish studio is to finish the main game first. They have postponed the game three times. Hopefully, there will be no more delays, and the game is ready when the upcoming release deadline.