Back in August, the developers from CD Projekt have revealed that The Witcher 3 DLC model worked spectacularly, and thus players of Cyberpunk 2077 can look forward to free DLC. Now the official site of the game has been updated revealing that free DLC for the game will start hitting in early 2021. There is currently no other info, and the team urges players to stay tuned to learn more.
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) August 22, 2020
The team is currently hard at work putting out hotfixes for the game:
- Hotfix 1.05 was aimed at fixing a variety of problems with quests and fixing visuals, gameplay, stability and UI.
- Hotfix 1.06, released last week, removed the 8MB save size limit from PC. Note: save files corrupted before the update won’t be fixed.
Almost three weeks after the release of Cyberpunk 2077, a hawk-eyed Redditor Sybekul noticed a part of a train system, unfinished and left unused in the game. In the trailers, V is shown using the metro to traverse the Night City but in the game, it works more or less like fast travel.
Last but not least is an animated parody by Anders Lundbjörk making fun of the game’s performance in a what-if scenario: Cyberpunk 2077 but it’s for PS1. All the major bugs and glitches included!
— Anders Lundbjörk (@alundbjork) December 21, 2020