CD Project Red, Cyber­punk 2077’s devel­op­er, has final­ly shown the first batch of free DLC, but it’s not quite what play­ers were hop­ing for.

Dur­ing a Twitch livestream, sev­er­al CDPR employ­ees showed what’s new for the third-per­son RPG. They dis­cussed the recent changes in Patch 1.3, as well as show­cased the four new pieces of con­tent: two jack­ets, one car, and an alter­na­tive out­fit for John­ny Silverhand.

All four pieces of DLC can be accessed in the game’s Main Menu under the Addi­tion­al Con­tent tab. The two jack­ets, both of Rare/Iconic qual­i­ties, are avail­able in V’s apart­ment after com­plet­ing The Ride mis­sion. The Archer Quartz “Ban­dit” car can be bought after fin­ish­ing Ghost Town. You can see the DLC pieces below:

  • Cyberpunk 2077's First DLC Is Just Cosmetic, More Add-Ons Will Come Later
  • Cyberpunk 2077's First DLC Is Just Cosmetic, More Add-Ons Will Come Later
  • Cyberpunk 2077's First DLC Is Just Cosmetic, More Add-Ons Will Come Later
  • Cyberpunk 2077's First DLC Is Just Cosmetic, More Add-Ons Will Come Later

CDPR senior lev­el design­er Miles Toast did state that these add-ons were small for a rea­son. Patch 1.3 is Cyber­punk 2077’s biggest update yet, accord­ing to Toast, so the DLCs func­tion is to just give play­ers a taste. Big­ger, more sub­stan­tive expan­sions for the game will come later.

This patch is our biggest one to date,” Toast com­ment­ed dur­ing the stream. “We’re put a lot of effort into this one, so con­sid­er the DLCs that we have now as sort of good­ies, sort of cher­ries on top. The real­i­ty of course, and we’ve talked about this in the past, is that we dif­fer­en­ti­ate a bit between dif­fer­ent kinds of extra con­tent, between DLCs, addi­tion­al items of which we will have plen­ty com­ing down the road, and of course the giant expan­sion pass­es which we will have some­thing to say about later.”

This is sim­i­lar to how the stu­dio han­dled The Witch­er 3: Wild Hunt. That game received 16 pieces of small free DLC before get­ting two mas­sive expan­sions in 2015 and 2016.

Senior quest design­er Patrick Mills said that some DLC for Cyber­punk 2077 will be big­ger than oth­ers and all would be free, but they would­n’t match the scope of the larg­er add-on the stu­dio is work­ing on. Of course, they did­n’t men­tion what these expan­sions could be, but Mills did say what the expan­sions are “cool” and will cost play­ers some money.

A release date for Patch 1.3 and these add-ons was not mentioned.