After over two years since its release, Cyberpunk 2077 may finally be getting a Complete Edition, according to CD Projekt Red’s response during last Thursday’s investor Q&A session, per VGC. The answer came following a question to the company, asking whether there will be a Cyberpunk 2077 “Game of the Year edition”.
CD Projekt Chief Commercial Officer Michal Nowakowski stated that whether it will be called a “collector’s edition” or something else remains uncertain. But he promised to let everyone know when they have decided on it.
Cyberpunk 2077 was released to a mixed reception in December 2020, largely panned over its buggy state. Over the years, the game has received subsequent updates in an effort to stabilize the game. In September this year, the game made another milestone achievement when it received the free version 2.0, paving the way for the launch of the Phantom Liberty DLC.
On the topic of DLC, Nowakowski said not to expect a similar roadmap as The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. That is, ultimately with two major expansions upon reaching its finished state.
The CDPR exec raised the issue of the time it takes to do it in addition to the likely different approach they would be taking with Cyberpunk 2077. Subsequently, he is asking fans not to compare the two franchises until its latest flagship has reached its “full edition”. Additionally, he said that “it’s not yet time to discuss them”.
Following Nowakowski’s comments on the topic, various reports appeared on social media, stating that “Cyberpunk 2077 Ultimate Edition” was already given a rating by the European classification board PEGI.
The claim drew from now-publicly inaccessible information on PEGI’s website suggesting a listing for the online listing of the “Ultimate Edition,” with a placeholder release date of December 31, 2023.