Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of all time prior to its launch, and its release has been so controversial that it was removed from the PSN store and CD Projekt RED’s co-founder recently apologised via video for the game’s botched state. While the apology video can either be dismissed as PR or a genuine attempt to set things right with gamers, the best part of the video is the roadmap that was shared. Here you’ll find the Cyberpunk 2077 roadmap for free DLC, next-gen upgrades, and updates.

While the game was a massive hit at launch in regard to PC sales especially, the game has recently been dethroned on Steam’s top-sellers list by the massively popular Rust. While the decline in concurrent players was to be expected seeing as it’s a single-player title that doesn’t last forever, hopefully the game can get many players to return later in the year via improvements and additional content.

It remains to be seen whether that will be achieved, and below you’ll find the Cyberpunk 2077 roadmap for free DLC, next-gen upgrades, and updates as CD Projekt RED work towards restoring their image.

Cyberpunk 2077 — Official Launch Trailer — V

Cyberpunk 2077 — Official Launch Trailer — V

Cyberpunk 2077 roadmap

CD Projekt RED have shared their roadmap for Cyberpunk 2077.

The roadmap is vague as there’s no dates, but it does show when we can expect free DLC, next-gen upgrades, and updates for Cyberpunk 2077.

Patch 1.1 and 1.2 are the two significant patches previously announced for January and February, meanwhile smaller updates will be delivered on a consistent basis.

The next-gen console upgrades appear to be planned for Fall of this year with free DLC arriving before.

What’s noticeably absent from the Cyberpunk 2077 roadmap is any mention of multiplayer. Dubbed a AAA game of its own rather than a mode, the multiplayer was initially intended to be talked about in early 2021 but it’s completely absent from CD Projekt RED’s shared plans.

The multiplayer has gotten some people excited thanks to guesses that it will be like GTA Online, but its absence from CD Projekt RED’s roadmap is probably good news as they should simply focus on fixing the main game before promising anything else.

While the roadmap is neat to see as it gives an idea of when things will come out, here’s hoping CD Projekt RED can deliver without needing to rush thanks to the timeline they’ve given and shared.

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