Following the news about <em>Cyberpunk 2077<\/em> like a mutation-addicted Night City Dweller, there have been so many leaks, tiny details and new screenshots to hunt down over the last few weeks. This, however, is pretty big news.\r\n\r\nIt was hinted that there was going to be a multiplayer mode in Cyberpunk 2077 during the E3 hype. Some were skeptical - CD Projekt Red aren't known for their multiplayer games, and you couldn't play any of the <em>Witcher<\/em> games even in co-op mode.\r\n\r\nYet an upcoming multiplayer mode for Cyberpunk was confirmed today on the game's official Twitter:\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/CDPROJEKTRED\/status\/1169158024482762761\r\n\r\nOn the CD Projekt Red job page for multiplayer, they're still on the look-out for most of the team, a crucial role being a Network Programmer and Design Director.\r\n\r\nTheir second Tweet underlines a sort of roadmap for the development of Cyberpunk, stating that there will be post-launch DLC (for free) and multiplayer will come at a later date.\r\n\r\nWhat that multiplayer mode will actually include will remain a mystery. It's clear that multiplayer has been in the minds of Projekt Red during the development phase but they seem keen to stress that it isn't taking away from the singleplayer project.\r\n\r\nSome fans remain doubtful. CD Projekt Red is primarily a designer of story-driven RPG open-world games, with any step into the world of multiplayer a brand new challenge for the team.\r\n\r\nThere is no reason, of course, that singleplayer games can't be turned into a successful multiplayer live service. You only need to look at the awe-inspiring success of <em>GTA: V<\/em> to see a) why a developer would be interested in creating a live service, and b) how brilliantly singleplayer mechanics can be altered for multiplayer.\r\n\r\nAt the same time, there have been some failed multiplayer projects for singleplayer games. 2013 Tomb Raider's online mode was pretty poor, to say the least, and <em>Red Dead Redemption<\/em>'s online mode still feels comparatively empty to GTA.\r\n\r\nEither way, it looks like Cyberpunk's multiplayer mode is still a long way off. Their goal of recruiting a new team for the online mode seems to show that the original singleplayer won't be affected by multiplayer development. There will be more singleplayer content for Cyberpunk before the online mode ever arrives.\r\n\r\nIn the meantime, it's great to see the devs stress that DLC for the game will be <strong>free<\/strong>!