One of the most hotly anticipated games in the industry is undoubtedly CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077.
The studio, which boasts an impressive track record, has been drip feeding information about its upcoming showstopper of an entry - and as per usual, fans have been speculating as to what they have in store for them.
And with the all the recent delays due to the global pandemic, in addition to Cyberpunk 2077's own delayed release date - it's safe to say they're hoping for some good news soon.
Thankfully, more information about Cyberpunk's DLC has been shared, which tells us more about how they're going to deliver on what's set to be one of the all time gaming greats.
For those who were lucky, and wise, enough to play the Witcher series, you'll be familiar with the extensive DLC on offer with The Witcher III.
Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine Expansion packs were more than just a mere few extra quests and a bunch of weird and wacky armour colours.
Rather, they included an enormous new region to explore, epic plots with branching narratives and tons of amazing looking accessories...you even got your own house!
A 'REPLICANT' OF SUCCESS: The future world setting of Cyberpunk 2077 is set to be as, if not more, detailed than the Witcher series
CD Projekt Red have set the bar incredibly high for DLC and with Cyberpunk 2077, and they had some VERY reassuring things to say.
The man, the myth, the legend that is CD Projekt president, Adam Kiciński was quoted saying that Cyberpunk 2077 would have "no less DLC than The Witcher 3 had."
Fans are sure to be ecstatic about the news, but what could they expect to see?
We've already been told that Night City, the location for CyberPunk 2077, is absolutely massive and has multiple areas to explore. It's a safe bet to assume we'll get further areas to unlock with any DLC.
However, Cyberpunk 2077 has a large element of customisation available, so it's likely we'll see new cosmetic features being made available also.
CyberPunk 2077 was delayed from its original release date once before, however now it is on track for 17th September 2020.
TAKE THE WHEEL: CD Projekt Red has its sights set on the September release date
The staff at CD Project Red have all been working from home amidst the current state of affairs, and according to their Twitter are well on track to delivering an amazing game.
We'll keep you posted with all the latest on Cyberpunk 2077, so be sure to check back in!