Cyberpunk 2077 to have more downloadable content than The Witcher 3
With 16 free content packs and two full (paid) expansions, The Witcher 3 got a lot of love from its makers. Now, the same company is working on Cyberpunk 2077 and, at least according to Adam Kiciński — president and joint-CEO of CD Projekt — the upcoming title will get even more downloadable content after its release.
The transcript of the entire conference call about CD Projekt's first half of the year can be found here (direct link to the PDF file). The 16-page document covers quite a few interesting topics, although there is a sizable chunk that concerns the financial results of the company and its approach to the new world that we all have to live in.
While Take-Two and EA have announced an increase in the suggested retail price of their games, Cyberpunk 2077 will not get any price increase, so it stays at US$59.99. The game will launch for Windows PCs, as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.
Before having its release date moved to November 19, the game was supposed to arrive this month. Unfortunately, now CD Projekt's employees are working from home due to the ongoing pandemic, so it would not be a complete surprise to see another delay announced in a few weeks. Obviously, we can only keep our fingers crossed for Cyberpunk 2077 to arrive on time.