Update: To our colleagues from PCGH confirms CDPRthat this is not an entirely new advertising campaign. Rather, the developers carried out this campaign to refer to the 1.2 update (came at the end of March) – and to the availability in the digital stores for PC, PlayStation and Xbox. Information on upcoming updates should be published in good time via the social media channels of the developer studio. They show up on Reddit and other channels User rightly confused.
Original: CD Projekt Red announces the “biggest update yet” for Cyberpunk 2077. In an advertising campaign running on social media, the developers promise that “there will be more” too. Tangible details about the planned content have not yet been determined. Therefore, one can currently only speculate whether the “biggest update” might be the next-gen upgrade that will be available for PS5 and Xbox Series X in the second half of the year. The version optimized for the new consoles appears free of charge for owners of the PS4 or Xbox One version.
After the “big update”, the first free DLCs for Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now 38,13 € ) which CDPR already mentioned in a roadmap – and which should appear alongside other updates and improvements. The small additions will most likely include new outfits and weapons for the action RPG. Concrete Plans for the mini DLCs are currently not available.
So far, the developers have been busy working on the technical side of Cyberpunk 2077. The action RPG came onto the market with serious technical problems, especially on the basic consoles of the PS4 and Xbox One. Looks after quite a few updates and hotfixes CDPR now has its current work at a “satisfactory level”. Since the end of June the Title available on PlayStation Store, after it was removed shortly after the release due to technical deficiencies. Further updates should of course be submitted later. Cyberpunk 2077 went on sale for PC and consoles in December.
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