As someone would see it, Cyberpunk 2077 isn’t exactly the fiasco some have recommended. The game is enjoyable. The bugs are entertaining! The bugs that outrageously weren’t fun have been fixed. Discounts were made broadly accessible, and notwithstanding that discount alternative, the game sold 13 million duplicates in only fourteen days.
Yet, distributer CD Projekt actually has a wrecked standing to fix and a speculator claim to battle, so I wouldn’t take an excess of confidence in the feature you may have understood today: that someone are all getting free DLC for the game in mid 2021.
It’s conceivable! What’s more, it’s absolutely what this authority site guarantees. However, that guarantee might be outdated.
As Engadget brings up, the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine shows that this guarantee may have been live on the web the exact day the game dispatched — before the clamor started, and unquestionably before CD Projekt held a crisis telephone call on December fifteenth to examine how the organization would respond.
On that call (PDF record), CD Projekt president and co-CEO Adam Kiciński told speculators that it was “too early to judge” when the organization may have the option to deliver DLC.
In particular, he was asked: “How do you feel about your ability to release a couple of DLCs next year, and, obviously, multiplayer in 2022?” (CD Projekt had recently said that multiplayer would miss 2021.)
The full answer: “To be honest, it’s too early to judge. At the moment please let us handle the situation, and please let us make some more assessments – that’s still ahead of us; we don’t know yet, and we’re now focused on improving Cyberpunk. We’ll discuss this early next year.”
At present, someone are expecting two significant patches for the game in January and February separately.
Past that, some free DLC would obviously be decent. By and by, I simply need NPCs that realize how to drive.
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