The Witcher 3 is an irregularity in that players don’t frequently whine about its DLC. That is on the grounds that its two full-evaluated developments, Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine, were both quality items, and they were joined by 16 free bits of DLC going from new journeys and gear sets to new outfits that you ought to completely kill in the menu since they’re ugly.
You can’t thump the liberality. Two free DLCs were discharged each week for two months. What’s more, as indicated by a speculator Q&A interpreted from Polish by VGC, Cyberpunk 2077 will have something comparable. Compact disc Projekt president Adam Kiciński is cited as saying there will be “no less DLC than The Witcher 3 had.”
Concerning when we’ll find out about what they’ll contain, we ought to anticipate “a comparable situation to The Witcher 3,” which itemized the littler DLC three months in front of its discharge and extensions half a month ahead of time.
Cyberpunk 2077 is still on track for a September 2020 discharge, however, the multiplayer part will take longer. Here’s all that we think about Cyberpunk 2077 up until this point.