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Information about The Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty expansion to come in June

CD Project's Cyberpunk 2077 game, which has had a rough launch but made a big comeback, is scheduled to receive an Phantom Liberty expansion pack. The answers to your questions will be available in June.

Cyberpunk 2077, an action-role-playing genre that was created through CD Projekt Red and published by CD Projekt in 2020, will soon be getting an expansion pack called Phantom Liberty expansion pack. CD Projekt said in a statement that it is planning to divulge more details about Cyberpunk 2077’s the expansion Phantom Liberty this summer.

The target to Phantom Liberty is June

In a tweet on Cyberpunk 2077’s Twitter account it was mentioned that additional details regarding Phantom Liberty’s expansion Phantom Liberty extension will be revealed in June. As per CD Projekt Red, Phantom Liberty is an espionage-thriller DLC for Cyberpunk 2077 set in a new region that is Night City.

Within the Phantom Liberty DLC, famed actor Idris Elba is playing Solomon Reed, an FIA agent representing America. New United States. Sasha Gray will also be acting as Ash the radio DJ who is on 9.7 Growl FM, in this DLC. In addition, the expansion is expected to feature an appearance by Keanu Reeves as the role as Johnny Silverhand, along with the introduction of a new group of characters.

CD Projekt Red’s biggest-budget DLC

Based on Marek Bugdol Director of Investor Relations, Phantom Liberty will have an amount of money that is higher over any CD Projekt Red DLC to date. However, CD Projekt said last September that Phantom Liberty is the only planned expansion for Cyberpunk 2077. Once this DLC is available then the Cyberpunk successor”Project Orion” will be released “Project Orion” will be developed by the CD Projekt Red North America studio.

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Then, CD Projekt will start from scratch with the creation of Project Sirius, an entirely new spin-off of the Witcher series, which was first announced in October. CFO Piotr Nielubowicz stated: “I know it’s not pleasant to hear from a company the project is being rethought however, in the same way we must be brave in attempting different ways to remain innovative and, specifically take control of an idea that is brand entirely new for us, in regards to design, and is developing by a brand new studio within our family. It is imperative that we follow the correct route.” It seems like the first steps of Project Sirius were not liked and the project was relegated on the drawing table.

 

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