Game news Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt promises a gesture for players who own the game’s Xbox One X Collector
Following the official announcement of the first Cyberpunk 2077 extension that leaves all players of the old console generation on the ground, CD Projekt has a little thought for all those who have been tempted by the Xbox One X Collector in the Game colors.
A first DLC but not for everyone!
Two days ago the Night City Wire event was held during which the future of the Cyberpunk franchise was discussed. CD Projekt took the opportunity to speak and among the various announcements, we remember in particular that of the very first extension of Cyberpunk 2077.
Long awaited by players, the DLC is called “Phantom Liberty” and is scheduled for release in 2023.
All players will then have the opportunity to explore a new play area, within an anarchic and totally new neighborhood of Pacifica. All ? No, because the Polish studio announced it the DLC will only be available on PC, Stadia, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S, ignoring the older generation console versions, namely PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Unless…
A small gesture in the face of a great disappointment
Except in June 2020, an Xbox One X Collector Cyberpunk 2077 arrives in a limited edition of 45,000 copies worldwide. Some gamers were therefore delighted to be able to get their hands on a collectible console stamped with the colors of the futuristic and dystopian cyberpunk-type RPG. While the package obviously includes the base game, it also granted access to the first expansion discussed above.. Without waiting, the CD Projekt studio then reacted by publishing a short note on the official site Game.
Owners of the Xbox One X – Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition bundle will receive a refund for the expansion in the form of Microsoft Store credits. Please stay tuned for more details on this procedure.
Here is a small gesture from CD Projekt that deserves to be highlighted even if disappointment inevitably reigns among players who hoped to be able to take part in new comparisons on Xbox One, but also on Sony’s side on PlayStation 4.
Scheduled for 2023, the first “Phantom Liberty” expansion is therefore in development on PC, Stadia, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S.