Months ago developer CD Projekt RED announced the first and last expansion for Cyberpunk 2077, entitled Phantom Liberty. There are many questions about this expansion and one of them is whether it will be paid or not.
Well, CD Projekt RED has now confirmed for good that yes, Phantom Liberty will be a paid expansion, however, it will not cost the same as a full game.
Also, the price of the expansion won’t be disclosed anytime soon, but CD’s Radek Grabowski said that “our expansions are traditionally cheaper than full-priced games.”
And many fans may not like that the expansion will be paid, because going back in time with The Witcher 3, CD Projekt released both paid and free complementary content, but the difference seems to be in how it described the new content.
Using The Witcher 3 as an example, the DLC appeared to be free but limited, while the expansions were premium, paid-for and significantly larger. Hearts of Stone cost $9.99 at launch, while the Blood and Wine expansion, which featured an entirely new map, cost $19.99.
Either way, fans should wait for more news regarding Phantom Liberty, and all indications are that CD Projekt RED is doing its best with the expansion, to try to please again the players who were disappointed with the base game, which had a problematic launch.
Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be released in 2023 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S|X.
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