CD Projekt RED might have its eyes cyber-tuned to the future, but company president Adam Kicinski told Reuters it’s still committed to making Cyberpunk 2077 a “long-term success,” which means Cyberpunk 2077 DLC is still on the table.
Kicinski promised CDPR will still roll out patches resolving the game’s many issues and also said there’s no plan to “shelve” the game anytime soon.
As for how this commitment might clash with the company’s parallel development goal for future games, Kicinski said CD Projekt RED is looking to make new acquisitions moving forward.
The company president also said the recent Cyberpunk 1.2 patch is “a step towards the game’s return to the PlayStation store” and mentioned CDPR and Sony have “friendly relations.”
That said, Cyberpunk 2077 is still delisted on the PlayStation Network.
CD Projekt RED Affirms Commitment to Future Cyberpunk 2077 Content
CDPR is also still facing lawsuits over Cyberpunk 2077’s disastrous launch and is preparing to handle those suits in the coming months.
At the very least, Kicinski’s statement means those looking forward to Cyberpunk 2077 DLC can rest easy.
CD Projekt might have scrapped the original multiplayer plans, but those are the only major changes so far.
Following Cyberpunk 1.3 and any other necessary fixes, it seems the game will still see its cosmetic packs and significant paid expansions at some point in the future.
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