CD Projekt RED will later start releasing dlc for Cyberpunk 2077. The developer said this would happen in early 2021, but it is being delayed to prioritize patches. The big next-gen update won’t come until the second half of this year.
Within ten days Cyberpunk 2077 will receive a new update to fix bugs and crashes and ‘in the weeks after’ a larger patch with significant changes will follow, reported CD Project RED. The developer does not yet provide any substantive details about the patches, but the announcement is mentioned in a message accompanied by a video message in which Marcin Iwiński, one of the founders of the studio, makes extensive apologies for the state of the game as it is. has been released on consoles.
On a published timeline, the upcoming patches are labeled versions 1.1 and 1.2. Previously released patches were referred to as hotfixes. The next-gen update for the game, which will allow the game to fully utilize the capabilities of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S, will be released in the second half of 2021 according to the timeline.
After the two upcoming patches, several more updates with improvements will follow throughout the year, but the schedule is not yet known. CD Projekt RED said prior to the game’s release that it would release free dlc for the game from early 2021, but now the studio says it is delaying this to prioritize bug fixes. It is not yet known when DLC will be released. The free dlc will be small expansions, the studio also plans to release major paid expansions in the future.