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What Cyberpunk 2077’s Leaked Dialogue Could Mean For New DLC

Without getting too far into potential spoilers, dialog revealed in the leak hints at an alternate ending that could be wildly different from the multiple that the Cyberpunk 2077 base game offers. It would appear that Songbird, a personality construct similar to Johnny Silverhand, will be playing a major role in this alternate ending, being introduced during the rooftop conversation between V and Johnny prior to the final mission. Other pieces of dialog suggest that players who choose this route will get to experience new content related to the Arasaka Orbital Station, seemingly confirming theories of a space-bound DLC for Cyberpunk 2077. It’s difficult to tell if this Arasaka Orbital Station will be focused mainly on a cinematic similar to what is already featured in one of Cyberpunk 2077‘s endings, but the amount of dialog related to this section, along with its content and tone, suggest that this could be an extended playable section.

The leaked dialog provides plenty of valuable information and fodder for speculation, but it’s also worth noting what dialog doesn’t appear in the leaks. Lines from Johnny Silverhand are conspicuously absent from this DLC chapter, and it seems that Songbird may actually be replacing the character as a digital resident in V’s mind, as there are a few lines of dialog from Songbird silencing Johnny. An obvious explanation for this would be that CD Projekt Red simply couldn’t get A-lister Keanu Reeves back to record additional lines for the compelling Cyberpunk 2077 character (despite being a jerk), but there could be an alternate explanation as well. Whatever the reason, the presence of a new personality construct could mean plenty of interesting things for the DLC, perhaps even providing players with new playable flashbacks, echoing the Johnny flashbacks from the base game. This would mean unique narrative and gameplay content arriving alongside Songbird.

As far as Cyberpunk 2077‘s controversies and criticisms go, its ending is pretty far down the list, as its multiple endings, while not perfect, aren’t likely to frustrate players the same way its bugs or missing content did. Still, it’s understandable for players to be less than satisfied with the available endings, as they don’t provide much closure and are in some ways anticlimactic. This new ending could please those looking for a bit more out of the story’s conclusion, especially considering that Cyberpunk 2077‘s ending sets up DLC.

New Content In Pacifica & The Sports Dome Could Be Part Of Cyberpunk 2077’s DLC

One of the most substantial and exciting parts of the Cyberpunk 2077 DLC leak relates to two new locations that players will have the chance to explore: McCartney Stadium (AKA the Sports Dome) and the Combat Zone in Pacifica. McCartney Stadium is an enclosed space, although the base game mentions that it has a large car park underground. The leaks point to this stadium being the setting for one of the DLC’s main missions. The prospect of this mysterious location opening up is sure to excite plenty of fans, but the content rumored to be on offer in Pacifica might be even more interesting.

Per the leaked dialog, the locked-off Combat Zone in Pacifica will be made available to the player. Not much is known about this area, but Cyberpunk 2077‘s lore explains Night City’s missing birds and other environmental issues, the backgrounds of many characters, and the history of Night City, and the Combat Zone is no exception to this. Based on information provided through the art book The World of Cyberpunk 2077 and the TTRPG on which the game is based, the Zone is the result of a corpo-government plot gone wrong, and has ultimately become overrun with gang activity to the point that police hardly ever enter, leaving the criminals to their own devices.

Needless to say, the Combat Zone could provide plenty of exciting opportunities for gameplay and storytelling. Gang politics, illicit deals, and general criminal activity are all staples in both Cyberpunk 2077‘s main campaign and side quests, and this new area in Pacifica could build upon that. Although Cyberpunk 2077 is still fixing quest glitches, some additional side missions in the Combat Zone (hinted at by leaked dialog related to fixer Mr. Hands) would likely be welcomed by most players. The Combat Zone could even serve as a fitting endgame challenge for experienced, fully upgraded players.

Cyberpunk 2077 will likely never be the game that CD Projekt Red promised at launch, but post-launch support could continue to build upon the progress that has already been made on the game. These leaks certainly show a lot of promise, suggesting new locations, characters, major missions, and more. While it’s worth taking any leak with a grain of salt, this information comes directly from the Cyberpunk 2077 game files, which makes them more believable (even if the details are still subject to change). All in all, players will have to keep their fingers crossed with regards to upcoming DLC for Cyberpunk 2077.

Source: Nihas0/Reddit (via Video Games Chronicle)


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What Cyberpunk 2077’s Leaked Dialogue Could Mean For New DLC

Without getting too far into potential spoilers, dialog revealed in the leak hints at an alternate ending that could be wildly different from the multiple that the Cyberpunk 2077 base game offers. It would appear that Songbird, a personality construct similar to Johnny Silverhand, will be playing a major role in this alternate ending, being introduced during the rooftop conversation between V and Johnny prior to the final mission. Other pieces of dialog suggest that players who choose this route will get to experience new content related to the Arasaka Orbital Station, seemingly confirming theories of a space-bound DLC for Cyberpunk 2077. It’s difficult to tell if this Arasaka Orbital Station will be focused mainly on a cinematic similar to what is already featured in one of Cyberpunk 2077‘s endings, but the amount of dialog related to this section, along with its content and tone, suggest that this could be an extended playable section.

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The leaked dialog provides plenty of valuable information and fodder for speculation, but it’s also worth noting what dialog doesn’t appear in the leaks. Lines from Johnny Silverhand are conspicuously absent from this DLC chapter, and it seems that Songbird may actually be replacing the character as a digital resident in V’s mind, as there are a few lines of dialog from Songbird silencing Johnny. An obvious explanation for this would be that CD Projekt Red simply couldn’t get A-lister Keanu Reeves back to record additional lines for the compelling Cyberpunk 2077 character (despite being a jerk), but there could be an alternate explanation as well. Whatever the reason, the presence of a new personality construct could mean plenty of interesting things for the DLC, perhaps even providing players with new playable flashbacks, echoing the Johnny flashbacks from the base game. This would mean unique narrative and gameplay content arriving alongside Songbird.

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As far as Cyberpunk 2077‘s controversies and criticisms go, its ending is pretty far down the list, as its multiple endings, while not perfect, aren’t likely to frustrate players the same way its bugs or missing content did. Still, it’s understandable for players to be less than satisfied with the available endings, as they don’t provide much closure and are in some ways anticlimactic. This new ending could please those looking for a bit more out of the story’s conclusion, especially considering that Cyberpunk 2077‘s ending sets up DLC.
New Content In Pacifica & The Sports Dome Could Be Part Of Cyberpunk 2077’s DLC

One of the most substantial and exciting parts of the Cyberpunk 2077 DLC leak relates to two new locations that players will have the chance to explore: McCartney Stadium (AKA the Sports Dome) and the Combat Zone in Pacifica. McCartney Stadium is an enclosed space, although the base game mentions that it has a large car park underground. The leaks point to this stadium being the setting for one of the DLC’s main missions. The prospect of this mysterious location opening up is sure to excite plenty of fans, but the content rumored to be on offer in Pacifica might be even more interesting.

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Per the leaked dialog, the locked-off Combat Zone in Pacifica will be made available to the player. Not much is known about this area, but Cyberpunk 2077‘s lore explains Night City’s missing birds and other environmental issues, the backgrounds of many characters, and the history of Night City, and the Combat Zone is no exception to this. Based on information provided through the art book The World of Cyberpunk 2077 and the TTRPG on which the game is based, the Zone is the result of a corpo-government plot gone wrong, and has ultimately become overrun with gang activity to the point that police hardly ever enter, leaving the criminals to their own devices.
Needless to say, the Combat Zone could provide plenty of exciting opportunities for gameplay and storytelling. Gang politics, illicit deals, and general criminal activity are all staples in both Cyberpunk 2077‘s main campaign and side quests, and this new area in Pacifica could build upon that. Although Cyberpunk 2077 is still fixing quest glitches, some additional side missions in the Combat Zone (hinted at by leaked dialog related to fixer Mr. Hands) would likely be welcomed by most players. The Combat Zone could even serve as a fitting endgame challenge for experienced, fully upgraded players.

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Cyberpunk 2077 will likely never be the game that CD Projekt Red promised at launch, but post-launch support could continue to build upon the progress that has already been made on the game. These leaks certainly show a lot of promise, suggesting new locations, characters, major missions, and more. While it’s worth taking any leak with a grain of salt, this information comes directly from the Cyberpunk 2077 game files, which makes them more believable (even if the details are still subject to change). All in all, players will have to keep their fingers crossed with regards to upcoming DLC for Cyberpunk 2077.
Source: Nihas0/Reddit (via Video Games Chronicle)

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What Cyberpunk 2077’s Leaked Dialogue Could Mean For New DLC

Without getting too far into potential spoilers, dialog revealed in the leak hints at an alternate ending that could be wildly different from the multiple that the Cyberpunk 2077 base game offers. It would appear that Songbird, a personality construct similar to Johnny Silverhand, will be playing a major role in this alternate ending, being introduced during the rooftop conversation between V and Johnny prior to the final mission. Other pieces of dialog suggest that players who choose this route will get to experience new content related to the Arasaka Orbital Station, seemingly confirming theories of a space-bound DLC for Cyberpunk 2077. It’s difficult to tell if this Arasaka Orbital Station will be focused mainly on a cinematic similar to what is already featured in one of Cyberpunk 2077‘s endings, but the amount of dialog related to this section, along with its content and tone, suggest that this could be an extended playable section.

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The leaked dialog provides plenty of valuable information and fodder for speculation, but it’s also worth noting what dialog doesn’t appear in the leaks. Lines from Johnny Silverhand are conspicuously absent from this DLC chapter, and it seems that Songbird may actually be replacing the character as a digital resident in V’s mind, as there are a few lines of dialog from Songbird silencing Johnny. An obvious explanation for this would be that CD Projekt Red simply couldn’t get A-lister Keanu Reeves back to record additional lines for the compelling Cyberpunk 2077 character (despite being a jerk), but there could be an alternate explanation as well. Whatever the reason, the presence of a new personality construct could mean plenty of interesting things for the DLC, perhaps even providing players with new playable flashbacks, echoing the Johnny flashbacks from the base game. This would mean unique narrative and gameplay content arriving alongside Songbird.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

As far as Cyberpunk 2077‘s controversies and criticisms go, its ending is pretty far down the list, as its multiple endings, while not perfect, aren’t likely to frustrate players the same way its bugs or missing content did. Still, it’s understandable for players to be less than satisfied with the available endings, as they don’t provide much closure and are in some ways anticlimactic. This new ending could please those looking for a bit more out of the story’s conclusion, especially considering that Cyberpunk 2077‘s ending sets up DLC.
New Content In Pacifica & The Sports Dome Could Be Part Of Cyberpunk 2077’s DLC

One of the most substantial and exciting parts of the Cyberpunk 2077 DLC leak relates to two new locations that players will have the chance to explore: McCartney Stadium (AKA the Sports Dome) and the Combat Zone in Pacifica. McCartney Stadium is an enclosed space, although the base game mentions that it has a large car park underground. The leaks point to this stadium being the setting for one of the DLC’s main missions. The prospect of this mysterious location opening up is sure to excite plenty of fans, but the content rumored to be on offer in Pacifica might be even more interesting.

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Per the leaked dialog, the locked-off Combat Zone in Pacifica will be made available to the player. Not much is known about this area, but Cyberpunk 2077‘s lore explains Night City’s missing birds and other environmental issues, the backgrounds of many characters, and the history of Night City, and the Combat Zone is no exception to this. Based on information provided through the art book The World of Cyberpunk 2077 and the TTRPG on which the game is based, the Zone is the result of a corpo-government plot gone wrong, and has ultimately become overrun with gang activity to the point that police hardly ever enter, leaving the criminals to their own devices.
Needless to say, the Combat Zone could provide plenty of exciting opportunities for gameplay and storytelling. Gang politics, illicit deals, and general criminal activity are all staples in both Cyberpunk 2077‘s main campaign and side quests, and this new area in Pacifica could build upon that. Although Cyberpunk 2077 is still fixing quest glitches, some additional side missions in the Combat Zone (hinted at by leaked dialog related to fixer Mr. Hands) would likely be welcomed by most players. The Combat Zone could even serve as a fitting endgame challenge for experienced, fully upgraded players.

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Cyberpunk 2077 will likely never be the game that CD Projekt Red promised at launch, but post-launch support could continue to build upon the progress that has already been made on the game. These leaks certainly show a lot of promise, suggesting new locations, characters, major missions, and more. While it’s worth taking any leak with a grain of salt, this information comes directly from the Cyberpunk 2077 game files, which makes them more believable (even if the details are still subject to change). All in all, players will have to keep their fingers crossed with regards to upcoming DLC for Cyberpunk 2077.
Source: Nihas0/Reddit (via Video Games Chronicle)

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