If you’re itching for more Cyberpunk 2077 content, it seems we might be getting a ton of it down the line, as a load of Cyberpunk 2077 upcoming DLCs has apparently been leaked, and there’s a lot coming to the open-world action-RPG!
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Redditor PricklyAssassin has posted a long list of DLC items the user spotted back in February in the Epic Games Store. Apparently, Epic changed the store’s allocated server capacity from 100GB to 500GB for Cyberpunk 2077. According to the leaker, Epic preps their servers months before the release of new updates or content drops (one example they give is how Fortnite updates 2-4 weeks ahead of release).
The redditor states that back in February, there were 18 fre DLCs listed on the Epic Games Store, though some were removed earlier this week (now reduced to 10 free DLC items), but three paid DLCs were added this week. There are no details on the names, exact pricing, release dates and such for it.
Here’s a list of the free Cyberpunk 2077 DLCs:
- Ripperdocs Expansion
- Body Shops Expansion
- Fashion Forward Expansion
- Gangs of Night City
- Body of Chrome
- Rides of the Dark Future
- The Relic
- Neck Deep
- Night City Expansion
Per the leaker, given that two of these free DLCs have similar names with two promo videos uploaded to the Cyberpunk 2077 channel before the game’s release, they surmise that this was originally part of the base game, which the studio was forced to take out/not include since CD Projekt RED didn’t have enough time.
Same as with all leaks, take this with a grain of salt. We’ve reached out to CD Projekt RED and will update the post if we hear anything back about this.
9 thoughts on “Rumor: Cyberpunk 2077 Upcoming DLCs Leak, Features Free and Paid Content”
Won’t fix the base game. Too much to change. All they can really do is add on top of it. Practically forgotten about. Don’t know a soul who even plays it anymore.
And do any of those updates add any key GTA 3 level of AI features from 2001 lol?
yah who care forgot about this game months ago, one of the worst waste of time games ever.
“18 free DLCs […] reduced to 10 […] 3 paid DLC […] this was originally part of the base game”
Can’t wait for the to play it in five years.
This says it all:
Awful game, absolutely terrible outcome for a game coming from once a good company. Such a shame they handled this like amateurs… Especially the marketing section
CDPR had best not release one scrap of paid DLC until the game is running in the manner in which it was advertised for all platforms on which it was promoted and sold.
CDPR would not allow any console versions to be reviewed prior to launch. They would not allow reviewers to capture their own footage on PC. All video employed for the reviews was required to be furnished by CDPR. This is the most underhanded and deceitful attempt to control the narrative in order to trick customers in at least two generations. EA’s admitted fake E3 Anthem video is an example of fraud and it isn’t even in the same realm of treachery as the actions from CDPR. They, CDPR, had the audacity to claim they were unaware of the issues with last generation versions. That lie in and of itself is all the worse because they must have believed gamers were idiots to swallow such a whopper. All one need do is point back to the pre-release review constraints. CDPR stated they could release the game when they wanted and money was not an issue but there is zero reason to believe such an absurd claim in light of those very review restrictions.
I did not purchase the game because I was waiting on the actual new generation upgrades for my first experience and I am glad I did not support such fraudulent and misleading practices as those exercised by CDPR. If they are allowed to jump to instant money making before actually providing the game for which many customers already paid then it sets a dangerous precedence functioning as hall pass for other companies to engage in the same shoddy and shady business methods.
Sadly, yes. We didn’t get a review code for the game, which we found odd. Turns out, there’s a reason why.
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