The Phantom Liberty DLC for Cyberpunk 2077 is finally here! With it comes a ton of new content for you to explore, including the new district of Dogtown and a brand new story about the President of the (New) United States of America. With so much on offer, and around $30 for the expansion, you might be wondering how long that’ll keep you occupied. Here’s how long Cyberpunk 2077’s Phantom Liberty expansion takes to beat.
Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Length
If you purely do the main campaign of Phantom Liberty, you’ll have it completed in around 12-14 hours. That range depends both on how fast you work through games and on what difficulty you’re playing on. That could also range by about an hour for the same reason. If you decide to do some exploring of Dogtown on the side as well, then you have my direct experience to go with. I did a couple of Gigs and side Jobs and got all the Militech Data Terminals, and that experience took me around 17 hours. Again, that may be slightly longer or shorter for you.
As for if you do everything the expansion has to offer, the best I can do is give an educated guess. I’ve been slowly working through all side content myself, and I’m at around 26 hours in the expansion now. Given I still have quite a bit to explore, though, I’d guess there’s at least 30-35 hours of content here. That’d align with a pure campaign run of the base game.
How Much Side Content is There in Phantom Liberty?
If you’re looking for specifics, a certain handler makes a return and offers around 10 or so Gigs for you to work your way through. There’s also a handful of other little jobs that are unrelated and several areas of Increased Criminal Activity for you to clear. That isn’t even mentioning the Militech Data Terminals, of which there are nine or so.
If you want more information on the DLC, check out our guide on all main missions in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty.