Expect to see fewer patches as development shifts to creating new content.
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CD Projekt Red will be allocating more resources towards development of Cyberpunk 2077's first expansion. In the studio's Q3 earnings report, the company still had most of its employees supporting Cyberpunk 2077 up through the end of September 2021. Today's word of a new shift will pull some of those employees away from support and on to creating fresh content for Cyberpunk 2077 as well as some Gwent projects.

This essentially means that the frequency of patches and fixes will slow down a bit for Cyberpunk. There have been quite a few updates already released for the game that should have already addressed most of the game's biggest issues.

We also learned today that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3: Wild Huntl will be released in Q1 and Q2 2022 respectively. The updated release of The Witcher 3 will also include some bonus content inspired by the Netflix series of the game series.

On the Gwent side of things, CD Projekt Red plans to have more regular updates and content releases. A detailed roadmap of Gwent content will be revealed during the Gwent Masters Season 3 finale that takes place on December 5, 2021.

As for new developments, CD Projekt Red has their Vancouver studio (newly acquired Molasses Flood) working on a new project based on one of CD Projekt Red's IPs.

As of right now, there is no word at all about what new content the Cyberpunk 2077 expansion will include.