CD PROJEKT RED hasn’t confirmed when its first expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 might be released yet, but impatient fans can learn all about it today courtesy of a massive leak that seemingly spoils the DLC’s entire narrative. Some of the files that have been shared online thus far include numerous text files that reveal what’s believed to be every line of quest dialog in the new expansion, as well as some of the locations that players will be visiting. These include the Combat Zone, an area of the Pacifica region that was teased in The World of Cyberpunk 2077 art book, and the Sports Dome, an inaccessible arena that was featured in the base game. The new expansion seems to center around a previously datamined character named Songbird.

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Interestingly, there appears to be very little dialogue featuring Johnny Silverhand, the character played by Keanu Reeves, with several instances of him being silenced by another character, including Songbird. Whether this was due to Reeves being unable to record new dialogue is unknown.

However, the DLC does seem to change some of the dialogue in the game’s ending sequence. While the changes aren’t substantial, events in the DLC (including the conclusion of the Songbird arc which we won’t spoil) are referenced by both the player character and Johnny.

According to Reddit users, the files seem to confirm that the expansion will include fixer quests, world stories and new world encounters, as well as the seven main missions.

Source: r/GamingLeaksAndRumors (via VGC)

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  1. Not going to chase the leak but it sounds like the expansion is at least confirmed. ;)

    Me neither. I don't want any spoilers.

    It's a bummer it was leaked, but it is good news that there is progress here.
  2. Me neither. I don't want any spoilers.

    It's a bummer it was leaked, but it is good news that there is progress here.
    Depends, if they keep the content it's fine, and I know this is highly unlikely, but if they are pissed by the leak and decide to scrap this content and replace it, it might be bad news.

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