CD Projekt Red confirms expansions for Cyberpunk 2077

A CD Projekt developer confirmed that the studio is "aware there is work to be done."


CD Projekt RED supported The Witcher 3 for at least two years following its launch in 2015. Nearly the same amount of time has passed between Cyberpunk 2077's release in late 2020 and now, yet the Polish studio still hasn't released a noteworthy expansion for its latest AAA title.

It's probably wishful thinking to expect Cyberpunk 2077 DLC to bring players back to the game in droves.

Instead, all CDPR has done these past two years is try and fix Cyberpunk 2077, which, admittedly, worked following patch 1.5. However, now that the makers of The Witcher video games have confirmed that it is working on The Witcher 4, fans can't help but worry if the studio has completely forgotten about the open-world RPG and any DLC for it.

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At the moment, Cyberpunk 2077's developers have yet to issue an official statement, but one developer confirmed that the game is far from dead.

According to quest director, Pawel Sakso, CD Projekt RED is "still improving the game" and the studio is "aware that there is work to be done". Sasko's comments came in a recent live stream that a Redditor captured and shared with others.

Some Behind The Scenes Story from Quest Director Mr. Paweł Sasko about not all of major characters showing up in 2077 and how Patch 1.5 effected on CDPR. from cyberpunkgame

Don't let the improved Steam reviews fool you, Cyberpunk 2077 is still not complete. After promising the moon and stars to gamers, Cyberpunk 2077 was a massive disappointment.

It got to the point that people started doubting if CD Projekt RED could redeem its reputation. Sony even delisted Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store, a move that took more than half a year to undo.

CD Projekt RED needs to price the Cyberpunk 2077 expansions right to get them to sell well.

The only silver lining here is that CD Projekt RED appears to like what it is seeing from the fan reception of patch 1.5. In particular, Sakso mentioned that the studio is "happy" to see that fans "liked 1.5" and that this gives them an "incentive to work" because the game's developers know that players appreciate their efforts.

Unfortunately, it appears that Sakso is the only one open to talking about what CDPR has planned for Cyberpunk 2077. Previously, Sasko also teased that he's just waiting "for a time where more could be revealed about the #Cyberpunk2077 expansion."

Hopefully, news of Cyberpunk 2077's promised DLCs and expansions come sooner rather than later. The longer it takes for more Cyberpunk 2077 to arrive, the more anxious fans become.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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