The developers of Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty (Widmo Wolnoci) have now revealed the first content from the next expansion pack. The story won’t be released until 2023, and only those who own a PlayStation 5, an Xbox Series X | S, or a personal computer will be able to experience the journey when it comes out.
At the conclusion of the primary portion of Cyberpunk 2077: Night City Wire, we were given the initial content for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. This is a story expansion for CD Projekt RED, and it was given to us at the conclusion of the primary portion of Night City Wire. Throughout the course of the journey, you will take on the role of V, who “shall obediently serve the New United States.”
The developers have described the upcoming add-on as a “spy-thriller,” and they have stated that it would take place “in a whole new sector of Night City.” In the next installment of the game, Johnny Silverhand will make another appearance, and you can count on the dependable Keanu Reeves to play him once again.
The circumstance is certainly very intriguing for at least one of the following reasons: According to official information (annotation in the material), the premiere of Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will take place in 2023, and the narrative will be made available for purchase on only the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, personal computers, and Stadia platforms.
It would appear that CD Projekt RED has withdrawn its support for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. This news will undoubtedly bring a smile to the faces of those who own the newest platforms, as we can be confident that the studio will not be constrained by the capabilities of either console in the future.