Cyberpunk 2077 is getting its first major expansion, according to CD Projekt Red in a Twitch livestream today. It's called Phantom Liberty, it's coming out next year, and it'll feature the return of Keanu Reeves Johnny Silverhand. It'll not be released on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
The last snippet should not be too much of a surprise, given that Cyberpunk 2077's well-documented-woes were probably the most prevalent. On next-gen systems and high-end systems, it was a buggy, substandard disaster. CD Projekt Red spent much of the following year putting Cyberpunk 2077 into working order, including planned expansions.
The Phantom Liberty expansion is expected to be released in 2023, according to a CDPR press release. Two key characters were absent in the minute-long teaser. V, the person you play as, recites a militaristic oath for the New United States of America. Keanu Reeves, back in full ham-it-up mode, swoops in to say doing so is a bad idea.
Here's the first clip from the video:
I've said it before (like, five or six times by now, at least), but no, I'm completely immersed back into Cyberpunk 2077.
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Beyond the Phantom Liberty expansion, Cyberpunk 2077 will bring a lot of quality-of-life improvements with its final major patch for last-gen consoles. For example, youll be able to equip a geara jacket and a shotgun inspired by Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, the Netflix anime set in the same world. (Its expected on the streamer next week.) And there's also a Roach Race in-game arcade cabinet.