CD Projekt Red recently released the Cyberpunk 1.2 update after it was delayed last month.
One bit of information that wasn't in the patch notes is that it is now possible to see what DLC is coming to the game on the Epic Games Store launcher.
A Reddit user, PricklyAssassin, managed to get into the files and leak what expansions are coming to the game.
As of right now none of the expansions can be purchased, they are just placeholders for now, but we do have their names and what could be coming to the game in the future.
PricklyAssassin noted that the free expansions will be called;
- Ripperdocs Expansion
- Body Shops Expansion
- Fashion Forward Expansion
- Gangs of Night City
- Body of Chrome
- Rides of the Dark Future
- The Relic
- Neck Deep
- Night City Expansion
There will also be an Expansion Pass which will bundle the two unknown paid expansions into one for a lower price of $14.99 rather than the individual price of $9.99 each.
Nothing is known about the expansions yet, or when they will be released, but PricklyAssassin was able to make some educated guesses and they do sound interesting, if they are correct.
Ripperdocs Expansion: This may add some more animations and cutscenes to the game when installing Cyberware, it could also add new Cyberware to the game.
Body Shops Expansion: This will likely add more customization options for V, as well as possible add new locations on the map for V to purchase items.
Fashion Forward Expansion: This is likely a clothing expansion.
Gangs of Night City: This appears to be cut content from the main game that wasn't finished in time.
Body of Chrome: It is believed that this will be an expansion for Lizzy Wizzy as she is the only character to have a body that is all chrome.
Rides of the Dark Future: Once again, this is likely cut content. It may also add new vehicles and/or customization to the game.
The Relic: This is an unknown expansion, perhaps new content for Johnny Silverhand?
Neck Deep: This could be a continuation of the Sun story.
Night City Expansion: This one could add new content to Night City, such as a new storyline, as well as possibly expand on the interiors of buildings and just overall make Cyberpunk what it was originally meant to be.
CDPR has yet to announce any of these so we're unsure when these will start being released, but it is likely they will be released through 2021 and 2022.