Phantom Liberty Is Confirmed To Be Paid DLC


In September 2022, CD Projectk Red announced that it would release an expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 entitled Phantom Liberty. Now the developer confirms that Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be paid DLC.

This DLC will also give gamers a new experience because there are new characters and locations added to the game.

CD Projekt Red’s Global PR Director Radek Grabowski told GamesRadar+ that Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be paid DLC.

“Regarding the price of the expansion, we have not disclosed the exact details. But what is clear is that this will be paid DLC,” said Grabowski.


Grabowski also told the public that the Cyberpunk 2077 expansion would be cheaper than the full version of the game. Cyberpunk 2077 sells for USD 60 or around IDR 900 thousand when it was initially launched in December 2020.

Phantom Liberty will be a game spy thriller and will provide an espionage experience for the New United States of America world in the game. Apart from that, gamers can also explore several new districts in Night City.

The game expansion will also feature the game’s main protagonists V and Johnny Silverhand. Apart from that, there is also the popular Cyberpunk 2077 character played by Keanu Reeves.

When first announcing the game’s expansion, the Polish game developer said that the expansion would only be released for Xbox Series X and S, PlayStation 5 and PC.

This prevents PS4 and Xbox One users from getting this DLC. This is not surprising given that early in the release of major games there were quite a few problems.

As a reminder, during the initial release of Cyberpunk 2077 there were a lot of bugs and glitches. Even for old generation consoles like PS4 and Xbox One, game performance is very bad.

This incident prompted game developers to provide improvements to Cyberpunk 2077. Because of these many problems, Sony also pulled the game from the Playstation Store and offered refund to gamers.


Despite the various issues, CDPR has provided various updates to patch the issues, as well as releasing the anime of the game on Netflix.

Last October, the developer also announced that they would be working on a sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 and gave the nickname Orion to this sequel.

Having Phantom Liberty shows that the developer is still serious enough to provide the best experience for gamers who play Cyberpunk 2077. [FY/IF]

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