Cyberpunk 2077 is still being patched and CD Projekt Red are attempting to bring the game up to playable standards, but will there be more DLC with the new patch?
CDPR tends to offer a wealth of post-launch extras for their major titles, but with the botched release of Cyberpunk, it may take longer than expected for more content to be released as the game gets patched.
Here’s everything we know about Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.4 and whether there will be more DLC content being released.
It was recently confirmed that CDPR is hiring for 60 positions in the company relating to ‘Future Cyberpunk 2077 content.’
Most of these new roles appear to be animation-focused jobs, however it does appear to show CDPR’s desire to add some substantial post-launch DLC content for the game.
Some believed that CDPR would be dropping the game altogether, considering the critical and fan reception to the litany of bugs that continue to plague the game as it stands.
There is some hope for players, as another massive CDPR IP, The Witcher 3, got two massive DLC drops during the lifecycle of the game.
Granted, Witcher 3 was not released with the massive amount of bugs and issues that Cyberpunk was, but there is still an opportunity for the game to be turned around and patched to the point that the still fairly substantial fanbase can be proud of.
Is There any New DLC Coming for Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.4?
It has not been confirmed if any new DLC content is going to be released as part of Patch 1.4, although it is likely that this ‘major new patch’ will be focusing mainly on the core gameplay and glitches that are still present.
It could be some time until CDPR feel they are in a position to roll out extra content for the game, which could still make a No Man’s Sky-like turnaround in the next 6 months or so.
With the reported addition of new roles at CDPR for Cyberpunk, there will at least be new content released at some point and the project itself has not been dropped…hopefully.
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