Id like a dlc that takes place after the star ending
There's plenty of NCPD hustles, Gigs and Side Jobs in between hubs and the shops are also evenly spread throughout the city that if you need to get something specific, you need to move through the city. You can always fast travel, but if you don't, then you get to interact with the content I mentioned earlier.Will probably buy it, but not day 1 ever anymore.
Cp2077 was good but the Witcher 3 system just doesn't fit a cityscape open world.
Night City is not explorable. The locations exist in hubs, recognisable by having a shop in every hub. You have to travel through the maps, because everything else in between hubs are just non interactive space.
In W3, it was the forests and lush landscapes, and you can sometimes identify a location visually. In 2077 the forests are replaced by buildings, but you can't differentiate which can be explored.
This is why you have the look of a bustling city but the feel of a dead city.
Sounds like you didn't actually play it.
majority of CP2077 players are still waiting for those expansions.
There's a few gaping holes in the map that were clearly left for expansions. I wonder if we'll get anything Blood and Wine style where we get a whole new map though.They could flesh out a smaller area to serve as a new hub, and ditch the filler content. That would immediately be more engaging than the base game.
I own it day 1, beat it....its a bad game
Agreed. I really don't care about anything pre-ending. But I suspect we won't see anything that takes place after the ending because there are all the different ending paths and they'd have to setup the DLC for each of them. Some of that would be hard to do, especially for ones like the Nomad/Panam ending.They need to give a you reason to want to go back to the game, and more pre-ending shit is just not worth any ones time at this point.
Would love a Spinner style flight car.They could flesh out a smaller area to serve as a new hub, and ditch the filler content. That would immediately be more engaging than the base game.
Stop talking until you have something to show.
There's been quite a bit of speculation surrounding the future of Cyberpunk 2077 following the release of update 1.5 back in February. That game-changing patch launched alongside the infinitely improved PlayStation 5 version of 2077, but developer CD Projekt Red has been pretty much silent since — aside from a smaller update that hit about a month later.
Fortunately, talkative quest director Pawel Sasko has reassured fans that additional content is still in the works.
During a recent livestream Sasko said: "We are working on stuff for you. Like, I'm literally daily reviewing quests, talking to people about stuff, so it is happening. I cannot tell you anything about our future plans [...] but I can assure you that we are working on expansions — we're working on stuff for you guys."
Roughly 8k players now on Steam, a quick glance on the list showed it’s more than God of War, Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, MS Flight Sim, Horizon ZD, No Man’s Sky, It Takes Two, Sekiro, The Witcher 3 and a whole bunch of other games people talk about regularly. It’s doing okay. I’ll gladly jump in again if they make a solid expansion.Does this game still have fans?
Tell us you never actually played Cyperpunk 2077 and are just here to troll without telling us you never actually played Cyperpunk 2077 and are just here to troll.
The expansions are great news because as fantastic as the story was, the campaign is pretty short for a Western RPG. Act 3 just sort of ends. The third act is basically just whatever ending you've earned from the rest of the game
I legit think the game is garbage, I asked for my money back after buying on release. The only reason I have it now is because I bought it again for less than 5$.
I can't understand how the same studio that made TW3 was responsible for this game.