For those that have yet to purchase Cyberpunk.
Image showing three boxes for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation art for Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition.

On December 5, 2023, CD Projekt Red will release Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition. This release for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC will include everything released for Cyberpunk 2077 in one package. Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition will be out as both a digital release and a physical boxed release.

Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition will include the full base game alongside the Phantom Liberty expansion. It also includes all updates at least up through the massive Update 2.0 released for the game.

Cyberpunk 2077: Ultimate Edition is an open-world RPG containing two powerful adventures: the base game of Cyberpunk 2077, taking place in the dark future of Night City, and Phantom Liberty, a spy-thriller story set in the walled-off district of Dogtown. Players take on the role of V, a cyber-enhanced mercenary, and embark on a fight for survival filled with story-defining decisions, action-packed gameplay, and unforgettable characters, including rockerboy Johnny Silverhand (played by Keanu Reeves) and FIA sleeper agent Solomon Reed (played by Idris Elba).

This new release is the perfect way to experience every story of the dark future; it also contains the free Update 2.0, which overhauled many of the game’s systems, introducing dynamic skill trees, high-octane vehicle combat, and enhanced enemy and police AI — as well as adding new weapons, vehicles, and clothes. The release is bolstered with a set of previously released digital goodies available as part of the “My Rewards” program, available to all who register.
I had played through Cyberpunk 2077 at its initial release. It was "ok" but certainly had a good number of issues. With the release of Phantom Liberty and Update 2.0, I decided to completely replay through the game. It's honestly like a completely different experience now and I had an absolute blast. It wasn't perfect, of course. I still had some amusing bugs pop up here and there like my car spawning in the ground, NPC vehicles spawning inside of storefronts and then blowing up due to physics collision damage. Still, the core gameplay systems are vastly improved from what the game was at release, and actual game breaking bugs seem non-existent. It's well worth another visit if you haven't played since 2020.