On December 5, CD Projeck Red announced that Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition is now available to play on PC and consoles. The game’s free version 2.1 update is also now live across all platforms as well.
Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition includes the base RPG, it’s 2.0 update (which basically made it a new game thanks to several gameplay improvements), and its recently released Phantom Liberty DLC expansion. This version of Cyberpunk is available for PC and consoles both digitally and physically, though physical editions will initially be limited to select markets, with additional regions “coming soon.”
The 2.1 update is bringing several new features to Cyberpunk that all players will be able to enjoy, regardless of if they have the Ultimate Edition or not. Some of these include a fully functional NCART subway system, partner hangouts, a new mod that allows players to listen to music while adventuring, and new vehicles, including the Porsche 911 Cabriolet and five new motorcycles.
Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty , a spy thriller that also follows protagonist V — is currently the only expansion for the game. In it, V is tasked with entering a world of intrigue and espionage to try to save the president of NUSA. V is sent to a brand new area, Dogtown, where secrets run rampant and only the strong can expect to come out on top.
Players can now access the most up to date, content complete version of Cyberpunk 2077 with the Ultimate Edition, which is available on consoles and PC.