Technical support will continue but that's it.
Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt Red confirms that they have decided to end development of new content for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Cyberpunk 2077. This is probably pretty obvious to everybody that saw yesterday's teaser trailer for the upcoming expansion, Phantom Liberty. The title card for that expansion only has PC, Stadia, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S listed.

After the release of Patch 1.6, CD Projekt Red's focus will shift from new content to just providing technical support on the old platforms. This will allow the studio to shift resources towards continued development on the next-gen platforms and PC. Today's announcement from CD Projekt Red provides a few additional details on this shift.

In practice, that means after Patch 1.6 your game will continue to work on previous-gen consoles and we will continue to provide technical support to players — as we do with all our other games. However, new content updates and improvements will no longer be available for previous-gen consoles, including the upcoming expansion.

We can confirm that the expansion in the works right now is the only planned expansion developed for Cyberpunk 2077. We’ve made the difficult decision to develop it only for PC, Stadia, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S, as the scope for the expansion makes releasing it for previous-gen consoles technologically challenging without compromising player experience.​
The initial release of Cyberpunk 2077 was met with a lot of criticism due to the countless bugs that players experienced across all platforms. However, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions actually suffered the most due to its added performance woes that were not present or at least heavily mitigated on.