Well by his reply I agree they haven't released any new content in two years just fixes. We know the expansion will probably release this year, but as of now it's just cosmetic dlc.
I agree. I can understand why some people would be irked by the lack of story DLC, but the the game is huge as it is, and the truth is that it doesn't really need to be bigger just more refined.They added some content other than cosmetic but not much. For example I think they've expanded the story with Judy a little bit, from what I've read. I don't really see why they would have to add more content though.
I did, I don't think there's anything revolutionary either.I don't know if you chose the word intentionally, but "evolutionary" is a good word for what those games are, rather than "revolutionary".
CP2077 a revolution of the genre now there's something you don't hear everyday on the internet. It's basically re-skinned Witcher 3, and they failed to deliver on the original vision.
CDPR has well and truly lost the magic it once had.
There is no excuse for how Cyberpunk turned out.
It was in development for at least eight years. Features stripped again, and again only to release a shell of what could have been incredible, but was only ...Meh (at best).
There was so much potential. All squandered.
I even say that as someone who enjoyed the game.
Well I can agree with evolutionary but not revolutionary. Lets just hope the sequel in six years based on a few articles made with the Unreal Engine will also be evolutionary.I did, I don't think there's anything revolutionary either.
They give no reference, but everything must be out of proportions for that game, I bet its debugging process was also much more expensive than TW3's.
CDPR Says Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Will Be Its Biggest Budget Expansion YetIt dwarfs the budget of The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine.www.dualshockers.com
Yeah, I'm a little surprised at their decision to have the DLC take place after the end of the main quest. I had assumed it would be an add-in somewhere within the game but before the end. I wonder if they're going to tie it in without making one of the endings canon.I wonder when that DLC will be released. It wouldn't be a surprise if it was in NC again as the article says, I hardly see CDPR making another huge map and I doubt that many players have seen half of it. But going back there is in contradiction with my favourite ending.
Good question, it's often the problem with multiple endings. They could almost do the same as the lifepath intros, a small sequence to patch the different outcomes and reunite them. Almost, because some choices like V/Johnny may be trickier, even if not entirely impossible. It would be strange to spend extra development for a choice not made in the DLC itself though, I don't believe it's realistic.I wonder if they're going to tie it in without making one of the endings canon.
When I tried CP after the last major patch, I noticed the entrance to a new area on one of the highways. It was blocked off by a police barricade, and if you tried to enter, it said something along the lines of "This area is reserved for future content".You're right about NC, it had been confirmed before, there's even a new district apparently:
I saw something similar and thought it was reserved for the endgame or a DLC, then I had the same message elsewhere too, for ex. when trying to leave the badlands, so I think it's just generic.When I tried CP after the last major patch, I noticed the entrance to a new area on one of the highways. It was blocked off by a police barricade, and if you tried to enter, it said something along the lines of "This area is reserved for future content".
It was in an existing district though, so I'm not sure if it has something to do with Phantom Liberty or if it's just reserved for a new quest in general.