- Player romulus2k4 discovered four gigs that were cut from Cyberpunk 2077;
- The quests are in a near-completed state; some are playable;
- It is possible that they will make their way to the players as the first free DLC.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that hasn't had much luck since its release. Player ratings have been dropping steadily, the studio has had to deal with a hacking attack, and work on patches has been delayed. In such conditions, players have to wait an obscenely long time for sybsequent major updates, promised to fix the game's numerous bugs. The first DLC is therefore most likely a thing of distant future. Perhaps, however, we already know what it will include.
A user of NexusMods known as romulus2k4 discovered hidden content that was cut from the final version of Cyberpunk 2077. These are four previously unknown gigs named Nasty Hangover, Concrete Cage Trap, Desperate Measures and Hothead. The first two are fully playable, though not without bugs. The remaining two require additional polishing before thay can be completed comfortably. It's also worth noting that all of the above quests were localized. romulus2k4 has made the save file available on NexusMods, so that anyone can check out the cut-outs for themselves.
Of course, it is possible that these are simply missions, which the studio did not manage to complete before the release. However, they are very close to condition in which they could be officially made available to players. All it would take is a little tweaking, and the game would easily gain four new gigs. So it's possible that in some time we'll receive all the aforementioned quests in one of the free DLCs. It is worth recalling that according to earlier announcements the first of the expansions was to be released at the beginning of 2021.
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