Cyberpunk 2077 will no longer receive updates this year. According to the new development roadmap released by CD Projekt RED, all free DLC and planned fixes for the game have been delayed until 2022. Originally, these updates were to be removed before the end of this game. year, in parallel with the next generation upgrade.
Updates are now expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2022. No reason was given for the change in schedule, but it is fair to note that CD Projekt recently delayed the next generation upgrades of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt also. Without a doubt, these upgrades are a top priority for the company as they seek to save one of the most disappointing games of the past year, especially as interest in the game has rekindled and that sales increased after its return to the Playstation Store.
Even now, over a year after its troubled launch, the game still has a warning on its Playstation Store page regarding how it is performing poorly. CD Projekt has since released smaller fixes and larger, more impactful updates to try and restore the game to some semblance of its original vision. The last patch they implemented was in September, which ushered in more visual fixes and quest updates.
Cyberpunk 2077The last major update, patch 1.3, was released in August with massive fixes totaling up to 34GB of changes to the game’s balance, missions, performance, and AI. The first batch of free DLC that contained a new costume for Keanu reeves the character Johnny Silverhand, additional jackets for V and a new vehicle. The rather rare additions left a bad taste in the mouths of fans, but the update was overall a step forward in retrieving the original vision CD Projekt had for the project.
There is still a lot of work to do to do Cyberpunk 2077 Not a total mess, but fans of the game will have to wait a little longer for these free fixes and additions to arrive. It’s still unclear what else CD Projekt has in store for the game’s upcoming free DLC pack.
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