Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty is the biggest expansion in CDPR history

Move over, Blood and Wine.

Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty is shaping up to be the biggest expansion in CD Projekt Red’s history, the studio reveals. However, given how long fans have been waiting, perhaps it’s not so surprising after all.

Other than the release of Phantom Liberty sometime this year, we know surprisingly little about Cyberpunk 2077’s only “spy thriller expansion.” Sure, it has Keanu Reeves reprising his role as Johnny Silverhand, as well as adding Idris Elba in the lead role of FIA agent Solomon Reed, but that’s about it. Well now we have learned that Phantom Liberty will be Really big, bigger than any expansion the team has done before.

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Speaking to Polish outlet Parkiet recently, Marek Bugdoł from CDPR’s investor relations department has revealed that Phantom Liberty will be the biggest DLC in the studio’s history so far. “We hope that the new adventures and characters will appeal to those who are already familiar with Cyberpunk and also encourage many new players to start playing Night City,” Bugdoł said.

Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC Trailer Shot Girl Puts Cyber ​​Mask On Her Face In First Person

The studio is already famous for its exemplary add-ons to The Witcher 3, with the Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine expansions providing dozens of hours of new adventures, alongside memorable characters and their stories. Toussaint was already impressively large and brimming with content, but it looks like Phantom Liberty’s new Night City area will surpass even that. It looks like the developers are going all out for this upcoming DLC ​​in pursuit of the previously announced goal of selling Cyberpunk 2077 “for years.”

For now, development is going according to plan, Bugdoł said, and the team is “comfortable with the current state” of the expansion. He also noted how the general attitude towards the game has recently improved following the release of Edgerunners, which bodes well for Phantom Liberty to become a huge hit with fans.

Considering its claimed scope, over a two-year development cycle, and a mocked “deeper story gameplay narrative”, is there a chance that the next expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 will be just what fans want? do you expect instead an example of fake marketing? ? We will find out later this year.

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