Cyberpunk 2077 Ultimate Edition comes with the base game and Phantom Liberty expansion
CD Projekt Red announces the Ultimate edition of one of the most discussed games this year.
CD Projekt Red is gearing up to launch a special Ultimate Edition of the Cyberpunk 2077 game in two weeks. This edition will merge the base game with the Phantom Liberty expansion, encompassing all the latest updates. The release is scheduled for December 5th, strategically timed for holiday shoppers and those gamers who have yet to delve into the Cyberpunk 2077 experience.
This edition integrates the main storyline with the expansion, along with the 2.0 update that brought crucial enhancements to the base game. Both physical discs and digital versions will available so that everyone can experience the game.
Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition is an open-world RPG containing two powerful adventures: the base game of Cyberpunk 2077, taking place in the dark future of Night City, and Phantom Liberty, a spy-thriller story set in the walled-off district of Dogtown. Players take on the role of V, a cyber-enhanced mercenary, and embark on a fight for survival filled with story-defining decisions, action-packed gameplay, and unforgettable characters, including rockerboy Johnny Silverhand (played by Keanu Reeves) and FIA sleeper agent Solomon Reed (played by Idris Elba).
This new release is the perfect way to experience every story of the dark future; it also contains the free Update 2.0, which overhauled many of the game’s systems, introducing dynamic skill trees, high-octane vehicle combat, and enhanced enemy and police AI — as well as adding new weapons, vehicles, and clothes. The release is bolstered with a set of previously released digital goodies available as part of the “My Rewards” program, available to all who register.
Big news… Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition arrives on December 5th in digital AND physical form for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC!
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) November 21, 2023
The Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the first games to utilize NVIDIA’s DLSS3 technology, frame generation and full-ray tracing. The game, which is often viewed as a graphics tech demo, was the subject of some controversy, particularly when it first hit the shelves. Three years later, this is an entirely different game, especially with the expansion and crucial updates to the AI.
It is worth noting that CDPR confirmed that a sequel is under work, but it is at a very early stage. There was only one expansion planned for the game, the Phantom Liberty.
Source: CD Projekt Red