A hidden message in the most recent trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 has published that unfastened DLC drops for the sci-fi RPG will start to arrive in “early 2021”.
In one body of the trailer, proper on the finish because the ‘pre-order’ symbol flashes up, a long message from CD Projekt Pink will also be seen. The message unearths that the unfastened DLC program for Cyberpunk 2077 will start in early 2021, and supply an collection of unfastened “cool stuff”.
“We’ve discussed ahead of that expansions will likely be coming, and whilst we’re no longer able to speak specifics simply but, we can say that we’ve discovered so much from our paintings on each Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine. Our deliberate expansions will take you even deeper into the sector of Cyberpunk 2077, providing considerable, story-driven content material that’ll provide you with tricky alternatives to make via impactful narratives that you simply received’t quickly overlook,” mentioned the developer in its hidden message.
“However ahead of we get there, we’ll first be kicking off our unfastened DLC program in early 2021. Identical to with The Witcher 3, be expecting an collection of unfastened DLC packs to start hitting Evening Town, losing a number of cool stuff that’ll inject much more existence into the sector of the darkish long run.”
If you do not recall CDPR’s method for The Witcher 3, the unfastened DLC incorporated minor quests, new outfits for each Geralt and the foremost characters, and a New Recreation+ mode. Cyberpunk 2077 would without a doubt be a first-rate candidate for all the ones parts, however with learnings from the truly fairly just right Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions beneath its belt, confidently there is some relatively extra inspiring tidbits to come back with the unfastened program.
For extra, take a look at our Cyberpunk 2077 overview, in addition to the primary mins of gameplay from the Corpo, Boulevard Child, and Nomad existence paths. You’ll additionally check out how a lot the sport has modified because the 2018 E3 demo.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK Information and Leisure Creator.