Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Working on 10 DLCs and 3 Expansions For Cyberpunk 2077 – Rumor

According to the Reddit user PricklyAssassin, the Epic Games Store has increased the total allocated server capacity for Cyberpunk 2077 from 100 GB to 500 GB, the increase may be needed for the several DLCs and expansions to arrive later this year and in early 2022.

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

Back in February, there were 18 DLCs listed on Epic Games Store, however some of them were removed earlier this week (reduced to 10 free DLCs). 3 Paid DLCs were added this week however no details on names or exact prices are avialable yet.

Free DLCs:

  1. Ripperdocs Expansion
  2. Boy Shops Expansion
  3. Fashion Forward Expansion
  4. Gangs of Night City
  5. Body of Chrome
  6. Rises of the Dark Future
  7. The Relic
  8. Neck Deep
  9. Night City Expansion
  10. Unnamed

Two of these free DLCs have similar names with two promo videos uploaded to the Cyberpunk 2077 channel before the release of the game. I think these two DLCs were originally planned to release as part of the base game, however, the developers did not have enought time.

It’s important to mention that Epic Games Store usually increases the allocated server capacity for games weeks before an expansion is released, it’s very probable that Prickly Assasin’s information proves to be accurate in the future.

Official information from CD Projekt Red confirms that all the focus of the development team is toward fixing the performance issues, bugs, and other stability problems of the game across Stadia, PlayStation, and Xbox. The upcoming Patch 1.2 has a huge list of changes that looks for redeeming the game to its original vision.

Check this teaser video for Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.2 here:

Reddit’s moderators have now removed the leaked information from the subreddit, the information is still according to CD Projekt’s plans for the sci-fi game.

Source: Reddit

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