Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Story Takes Place in The Main Game

The Phantom Liberty expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 is just around the corner and fans are waiting to explore the new story content as well as the overhauled skill trees in the next update. Ahead of the expansion’s launch, new information has surfaced that states the story of Phantom Liberty will take place in the main game and won’t be standalone along with new police behaviour, skills inspired by the award-winning Netflix anime Edgerunners and much more.

As summarised by Twitter account Okami Games, Phantom Liberty‘s story will take place in the midst of Cyberpunk 2077‘s main narrative. However, players can choose to just skip to the DLC if they want. Furthermore, police will now spawn in with mounted vehicles along with MaxTac officers. Different districts will include unique police forces too. In an effort to bring more life to the world, CD Projekt Red is also adding random gun fights, car chases and gang wars to Night City.

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Have a look at the full bullet notes from Okami Games regarding Phantom Liberty below:

  • The story is NOT standalone but takes place in the midst of the main storyline. However, you can skip ahead to the DLC if you want.
  • Police can now spawn in with mounted vehicles. MaxTac officers can also spawn in eventually.
  • Different districts can have different police forces.
  • You will now come across fights, car chases, and gang wars while driving around Night City. The devs wanted to add more life to the world.
  • Skill tree has been revamped almost entirely – it now tries to lean you into specific fantasies.
  • Some of the new skills were inspired by Edgerunners.
  • You can slice enemy tires with a katana using the new vehicle combat system. Mounted vehicles available with rockets, machine guns, and more.

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty launches on 26 September 2023 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Make sure you read about all the major changes coming to the expansion as well as the new base game ending.

Source: Okami Games

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