CDPR held a livestream Tuesday afternoon coinciding with Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3, which adds the game’s first free DLC as well as a slew of other improvements, balance changes, gameplay fixes, quest fixes and more — including an alternate look for Johnny Silverhand, new jackets and even a new car.
The free DLC content according to the official Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 update page:
- Johnny Silverhand’s Alternative Appearance – can be enabled in Settings in the “Additional Content” tab.
- Multilayered Syn-Leather Deltajock Jacket, Luminescent Punk Jacket – both available in the stash in V’s apartment after receiving a message from Viktor after completing The Ride. They’re of Rare/Iconic quality by default, Crafting Specs to craft a higher quality will also be unlocked.
- Archer Quartz “Bandit” – available as a reward or for purchase (depending on choices made by player) after completing Ghost Town and then receiving a message from Dakota or Rogue. If you haven’t received the message, make sure to be in the Badlands area and move further away from Dakota’s workshop. Dakota will also need a couple of days to contact you.
“This patch is our biggest one to date,” said senior level designer Miles Tost in Tuesday’s Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 stream. “We’ve put a lot of effort into this one, so consider the DLCs that we have now as sort of goodies, sort of cherries on top.
“The reality of course, and we’ve talked about this in the past, is that we differentiate a bit between different kinds of extra content, between DLCs, additional items of which we will have plenty coming down the road, and of course the gigantic expansion passes which we will have something to say about later.”
CDPR CEO Adam Kicinski stated back in November 2020 that the plan for Cyberpunk 2077‘s DLC content would both mimic and “have no less DLC content” than that of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, another CDPR title which currently has sixteen free DLCs as well as two paid expansions.
Cyberpunk 2077 senior quest designer Patrick Mills echoed this sentiment in Tuesday’s livestream.
“We can’t talk about the expansion, but I can say that, without promising anything, I’m working on it and I think it’s cool. Miles and I are working on it together and I’m really excited about what we’re working on.
“Just in case it wasn’t clear,” Mills continued, “all of these DLCs, these are going to be smaller DLCs, some are going to be bigger DLCs, but they’re all free. All of those are free. Expansions, just like for Witcher, those are going to be paid but we’ll have more to say later.”
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