Earlier this year, I called your attention (via The Game Times) to an announcement made by CD Projekt RED, in which the developer claimed that the first Cyberpunk 2077 DLC would be released very soon, free of charge.
Well, at first, the developer did not go so far as to say, “with all the letters”, that this launch was postponed, but a roadmap was released and, due to the content of this material, the DLCs will only arrive at some point near the end of the first half of 2021… will we understand this story?
The first Cyberpunk 2077 DLC has been postponed!
As I highlighted, at the beginning of the year, CD Projekt RED even launched a kind of teaser site, confirming that the first Cyberpunk 2077 DLC would be released, free of charge, as early as the beginning of 2021. This site is still up, but new information confirmed that the content pack’s debut has been delayed.
In this case, the confusion started after the release of a roadmap, in which the developer presented its schedule of updates for the game. In the image (which you can check below), it is clear that the Free DLCs mark is closer to the second third of the schedule, indicating an arrival there for the month April or May. Take a look…
Based on this visual indication, we can conclude that the Polish company decided to focus on the adjustments that need to be made in the different versions of the game, leaving the launch of DLCs for mid-2021.
It is worth mentioning that, on the roadmap, CDPR does not confirm the postponement of the DLC, but, on a special page created to talk about the progress of the project, the developer states, in the question and answer section, that she has changed her plans and will give priority to settings.
In other words, Cyberpunk 2077 continues to tarnish the image of CD Projekt RED and generate many frustrations, with successive postponements, broken promises and technical failures. Anyway, this is another chapter in a novel that seems to be far from over. To the next…
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