Cyberpunk expansion release date: With the Phantom Liberty DLC, Cyberpunk 2077 gets its first and only new content. After a rough start with the base game, players should be happy with the new addition. We have the latest on Phantom Liberty’s release date, story, videos, and more.
Cyberpunk 2077 came out for the first time in December 2020. The launch of the game was not easy for the company that made it, CD Projekt Red. Now, almost two years later, most of the game’s problems have been patched and fixed. It no longer has the problems that made it impossible to play when it first came out.
CD Projekt Red has said that Cyberpunk 2077 will finally get its first DLC in September 2022. Phantom Liberty, the expansion, will bring a new setting, new features, and a lot more.
But we have bad news for people who play the game on PS4 and Xbox One. The DLC will only be available on the latest versions of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
So far, this is all we know about the planned Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC.
Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Release Date
Phantom Liberty will come out on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on September 26, 2023. At the Xbox Games Showcase 2023, developers from CD Projekt Red said when the DLC would be out.
The news came out in a release video that gave more information about the DLC and how it will fit into Cyberpunk 2077’s main story.
How Much Phantom Liberty DLC Will Cost for Cyberpunk 2077?
Fans were hoping that the Phantom Liberty DLC would be free, like the new Edgerunners DLC. However, this is not the case.
Pre-orders for the upcoming DLC have begun on the CD Projekt Red website and on devices that support it. Players will be able to buy it for $30 as a paid add-on to the main game.
The Trailer for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty
In September 2022, the first one-minute teaser video for the Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC came out. You can watch it here:-
Check Out: Official Trailer
The trailer shows gameplay, cutscenes, and Johnny Silverhand’s voice-over to give players an idea of what to expect from the future expansion.
In another update, CD Projekt Red said that there will be a new radio station called GrowlFM. It will be presented by Ash, who will be played by Twitch streamer Sasha Grey.
Growl FM is also asking players to send in their own music songs. The top 12 to 15 songs will be played on the radio station, and there will be an extra cash prize of $3,000.
And at The Game Awards 2022, they showed the second official video for the Phantom Liberty DLC. In it, Idris Elba played Solomon Reed, an FIA Agent for the NUSA.
On June 11, the official story and launch trailer for the Phantom Liberty DLC was shown at Xbox Games Showcase 2023. This gave players important information about the story and showed how the long-awaited spy thriller plays out.
Check back here for the latest Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC news, rumors, and changes.
Phantom Liberty DLC Story Details
CD Projekt Red says that Phantom Liberty is a new spy story for the Cyberpunk 2077 game. Players will come back as cyber-enhanced mercenary V and go on a high-stakes mission of spying and intrigue to save the NUS President.
In the dangerous neighborhood of Dogtown, they have to find ways to work together despite broken bonds and shady political dealings. The new trailer for the DLC starts with a NUSA intelligence analyst named Songbird talking to V. He or she tells V that they can get better if they help the NUSA with a very important task.
The video shows a brand-new part of Night City as well as some of the weapons that players can use. Idris Elba is also revealed to be a NUSA sleeper spy named Solomon Reed. It seems like Solomon Reed is a gray character who might not be as reliable as Johnny Silverhand.
In this spy story, the rock star Samurai comes back to help V find his way through the chaos. This will give players new ways to play the game like never before.
CD Projekt Red says that the DLC will add a new skill tree and new powers that players can use as a brawler, a net runner, or a cruel mercenary. In the old trailers, Silverhand can also be heard scolding the main character V after he or she takes a promise to “faithfully serve the New United States of America.”