Cyberpunk 2077 DLC release date is 'too early to judge'
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Rumors have been circulating about what downloadable content might look like for Cyberpunk 2077. With a history of amazing DLCs for games like The Witcher 3, fans have been asking what the future of Cyberpunk 2077 might look like. In a call with board members and members of management, CD Projekt Red stated that “it’s too early to judge,” so soon after the game’s release.

In the call, investors asked about the direction of Cyberpunk 2077 moving forward. The game has been plagued with bugs and glitches since its release. CD Projekt Red is offering refunds to those who are unhappy with the game. When asked specifically about the upcoming DLC and multiplayer aspect of Cyberpunk 2077, joint-CEO Adam Kiciński was not able to say.

“To be honest, it’s too early to judge,” said Kiciński in response to how the studio will release upcoming DLC. “At the moment please let us handle the situation, and please let us make some more assessments – that’s still ahead of us; we don’t know yet, and we’re now focused on improving Cyberpunk.”

CDPR is focusing on fixing Cyberpunk 2077

Another investor asked how the feedback from the release will affect future projects, including the Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer. “We’re in an unanticipated situation and we’ll have to reassess. This is planned for January,” said Kiciński. “We’re now focusing on managing the single-player release, working on patches, communication and – as I said at the very beginning of this call – our focus remains on gamers. We’ll see about further plans; the direction is obviously to proceed as planned, but we have to sit and discuss.”

Cyberpunk 2077 DLC message

Hidden in the last official trailer before Cyberpunk 2077’s release is a message about future DLC. In the message CD Projeckt Red states that several free DLCs will be coming in early 2021. How these DLC packs have been affected since the game’s release are uncertain. Given how much the team is focusing on releasing patches, it may be some time before players see any DLC.

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