Cyberpunk 2077 will be getting its current-gen patches in the second half of 2021.
CD Projekt RED want to take some time on the major upgrades and will be focusing on bug quashing on last-gen systems in the meantime.
Over the Spring and Summer, they are planning to release some free DLCs, but prior to that they will release Patch 1.1 and Patch 1.2, which are said to fix most of the major issues affecting the game.
Once they’re released, CD Projekt Red will then release a series of updates and improvements, and their current roadmap ends with the free next-gen console upgrade.
Following that, CD Projekt RED will then begin to focus on major expansions for Cyberpunk 2077 which will likely bleed into 2022.
The game has had an extremely troubled launch, and in an open video, CD Projekt Red’s co-founder, Marcin Iwinski, talked about them in detail, apologizing for the issues while disappointingly, seeming to lay the blame solely on their QA department.