What CD Projekt Red actually did is delay the DLC reveal to post-launch period, possibly 2021, but we thought it would be best for everyone's heart rate if we didn't put delay and 2021 into the same headline.
The news comes from CDPR's quarter earnings call, where the company laid out some of the plans for the upcoming period.
And it turns out that Cyberpunk 2077's DLC is reserved for the post-launch period, which means as of December 10, 2020, and onwards.
If we were to speculate, we'd say we're probably looking at 2021, since even the Pope is likely to be busy with Cyberpunk 2077's campaign until the end of December. Then again, take that with a grain of salt. December, not the Pope.
Michal Nowakowski, member of the board of CD Projekt had said that Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer was delayed proportionally to the delay of the game's release date. CDPR will be sharing more info on the multiplayer in the first quarter of 2021 and hopefully, we're talking about more info in January and multiplayer later.
After all, Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer won't be an add-on for the base game, but rather its own AAA release. While it obviously shares the universe and some singleplayer features, expect a substantially different experience. Whenever it launches, that is.
In related news, Keanu Reeves has apparently played Cyberpunk 2077 already and he's pretty impressed with it. He hasn't finished it yet, which is understandable for an RPG, but he loves it.
With all the episodes of Night City Wire behind us, all that's left is to wait for Cyberpunk 2077 to arrive, and try as we might - we can't remember many games that caused such a launch exodus from December 2020.