Cyberpunk 2077: More Phantom Liberty Details Coming In June

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Cyberpunk 2077 fans are anticipating the Phantom Liberty Expansion, as it will bring new content to the game. The expansion is set in the new district of Night City, and Idris Elba will also be joining the city.

Moreover, there will be a new in-game radio station filled with music from the game. Another one of the most anticipated things is the vehicular combat seen in the recent trailer.

Fans have been waiting for more news regarding the much-anticipated DLC, but still, CD Projekt Red has not revealed much. However, a new tweet has revealed further Phantom Liberty details are coming in June.

The DLC is already at the final stages, as CDPR previously said:

“we are at the final production phase of Phantom Liberty, with 340 developers on the project.” 

We are not sure what to expect from the DLC, but 340 devs are working on this project, so it might not disappoint.

It was also unclear when the expansion would be released, but the project is in final production, so it might be coming soon. The release date may also be revealed with more features in June.

Cyberpunk 2077 launched in a poor state, and it became controversial for a while. But CD Projekt Red has redeemed the game in recent months, and the highly anticipated DLC may continue this recent success.

The developer has also confirmed Cyberpunk 2077 will not get any expansions after Phantom Liberty, so CD Projekt Red needs to deliver an exceptional product to make up for this announcement.

Aside from that, what do you think of the highly anticipated DLC? Are you excited about the news in June? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

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