- Reddit user PricklyAssassin claims to have uncovered the release date of the next update for Cyberpunk 2077 and new information about the DLCs planned for the game in the future;
- An earlier leak by the same user has already been debunked once by CD Projekt RED.
PricklyAssassin, a Reddit user who less than a month ago published a leak revealing a list of potential DLCs for Cyberpunk 2077, has dug up more information on future updates for CD Projekt RED's latest work. Using Epic Inspector, an unofficial app that gives access to Epic Games' developer tools, he was able to get a glimpse of the hidden content of Cyberpunk 2077's page on the store.
According to Epic Inspector, the release date of the next major update for the game has been set for June 10, this year. The patch, hiding under the name "content1", is already present in Epic Games Store's database and weighed in at 29.4GB (out of 35GB reserved) at the time when the screenshot was taken by PricklyAssassin.
The store's database also includes data on DLCs along with information on their potential size. The list of expansions coincides with the one provided by the same user in his earlier post. There is only one exception - the Ripperdocs Expansion is no longer listed among the DLC. The current list looks as follows:
- Body Shops Exp ansion - reserved 20 GB;
- Fashion Forward - 20 GB reserved;
- Gangs of Night City - 20 GB reserved;
- Body of Chrome - 20 GB reserved;
- Rides of the Dark Future - 20 GB reserved;
- The Relic - 30 GB reserved;
- Neck Deep - 30GB reserved;
- Night City Expansion - 30 GB reserved;
- Expansion Pass - 0 GB, priced at $14.99;
- "class1" - 30 GB reserved, priced at $9.99;
- "class2" - reserved 30 GB, priced at $9.99.
An earlier discovery by PricklyAssassin was denied by CD Projekt RED. The studio, in an e-mail sent to the editors of IGN, stated that the above titles are not the names of the expansions they are preparing.
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