CD Projekt Red confirms Cyberpunk’s Phantom Liberty DLC can have a price ticket, and particulars on how Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2’s shared battle go will work.
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For anybody hoping that Cyberpunk 2077’s massive DLC growth, Phantom Liberty, was going to be a free addon, guess once more, as CD Projekt Red’s world PR director Radek Grabowski has confirmed that if can have a pricetag.
So a lot for liberty. Although I assume they did say it was a phantom.
Speaking to GamesRadar, Grabowski confirmed that “as for the expansion’s pricing – we have not revealed exact details yet, but it will be a paid one.”
While we don’t have any particular pricing data for the DLC, expansions for The Witcher 3, Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine, value $10 and $20 at their time of launch, respectively, with the latter being a a lot larger growth.
Like The Witcher 3–which has a free next-gen replace on the way–Cyberpunk 2077 additionally acquired a considerable quantity of free DLC after launch, with the Edgerunners replace offering a notable quantity of free cosmetics, weapons, and even an additional narrative thread.
Something that will probably be free is Call of Duty Warzone 2.0, which lately revealed that its battle go is nonlinear, however we now have new particulars on precisely how that may work.
Instead of getting a linear go of 100 tiers of unlockable objects, Season 1 of Modern Warfare 2 reinvents the battle go as a multi-sector fight map. The map has no less than 20 sectors with 5 objects in every sector. Players will unlock objects utilizing earned Battle Token Tier Skips throughout this map, with the liberty to decide on their path and deal with the objects they need most.
The Season 1 battle go will nonetheless embody 20 free tiers for gamers to unlock, which embody the Victus XMR sniper rifle and the BAS-P submachine gun as this season’s new unlockable weapons. Activision says it’ll take gamers 15 Token Tier Skips in the event that they head straight from the map’s first sector towards sectors A6 or A7, and 30 to unlock each weapons. As for the season’s new operator, the go introduces Zosar “Zeus” Kalu because the operator obtainable inside the premium tiers of go. Zeus is an immediate unlock when buying the premium battle go.
The Season 1 go is split into 21 completely different fight sectors, from A0 to A20. Sectors A1 to A20 are all linked to one another. Once gamers have unlocked all of the rewards in all fight sectors from A0 to A20, there’s an extra “victory sector” with bonus rewards. The battle go accommodates 1,400 complete CoD Points. Players can earn 400 free CP inside the go, plus 1,000 extra with premium go and victory sector, permitting gamers to earn again the CoD Points spent buying the total go.