Even though CD Projekt Red has already confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will be a full value game upon release, while it's not yet confirmed, there will probably be expansions added to the game after launch. Of course, this is the same thing that they did with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and it proved to be successful, so why not do it again?\r\n\r\nThat's the same question John Mamais, who is one of the developers at CD Projekt Red, asked during a recent interview with GameSpot, as he touched on the possibility of post-launch content being added to Cyberpunk 2077.\r\n<blockquote>"The Witcher 3 was a good model for us; it worked pretty well for The Witcher 3," said Mamais. "I don't see why we wouldn't try to replicate that model with Cyberpunk 2077. We're not talking about that yet, but it seems like that would be the smart way to go."<\/blockquote>\r\nThe CD Projekt Red developer was also asked about microtransactions, as he confirmed that there won't be any when Cyberpunk 2077 hits consoles and PC next year.\r\n<blockquote>"It's probably a hard decision for the guy that runs the business to decide if we should do it or not. But if everyone hates it, why would we do something like that and lose the goodwill of our customers?"<\/blockquote>\r\nEven though their previous release, The Witcher 3, didn't feature any microtransactions, it's still realistic to assume that the devs would add them to Cyberpunk 2077, as the gaming industry as vastly different now than it was back in 2015. After all, single-player games such as Middle Earth: Shadow of War featured random loot boxes and microtransactions upon release, however, they were removed post-launch after receiving a ton of complaints about it.\r\n\r\nOn top of that, CD Projekt Red is aware of how fans feel about loot boxes and microtransactions, which is why they don't want to include them in their games.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=FknHjl7eQ6o\r\n\r\nOf course, if and\/or when the game receives its post-launch expansions, they probably won't be free, unless players purchase a season pass, which, as of this writing, hasn't been announced, so we don't know what a potential season pass will cost or include.\r\n\r\nWe're a little less than six months away from the release of Cyberpunk 2077, as the game is currently scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 4, Google Stadia, Xbox One, and PC next spring, with the release date being April 16. So, expect to see much more regarding the game and its post-launch content in the coming months.