Cyberpunk 2077 Metro System

An ongoing rumour regarding Cyberpunk 2077 has pushed community director Marcin Momot into action. The CD Projekt Red employee has had to address numerous unfounded reports in the past, but this latest rumour has been spreading like wildfire as fans await the game's next big update.

This one all started on Reddit — as these things often do — with players picking up on a recent interview with one of 2077's devs. Said interview was conducted in Czech, and there was, apparently, mention of a working metro system buried somewhere in the audio. This, of course, sparked mass speculation over a potential overhaul in an upcoming patch.

Cyberpunk 2077 does have a metro system, kind of, but it's mostly just set dressing. You can see the carriages speeding around Night City at certain locations, but you can't actually use it. Supposedly, a working metro system was planned at one point during development, but it didn't make the cut. There are also mods on PC that make the whole thing interactable.

Anyway, it ain't happening. Momot writes: "A word of clarification on this topic as many people have been tagging me since yesterday. Nothing has changed regarding the metro system in Cyberpunk 2077 – we do not plan on adding it in the future."

Again, 2077 fans are eagerly awaiting the RPG's next major update, which will either drop ahead of the Phantom Liberty expansion, or alongside it. This patch is expected to add to and improve a number of things, including the police system, vehicle combat, melee combat, cyberware, and more.

Hopefully we hear more about the update soon. But until then, let us know if you're eyeing up another Cyberpunk 2077 playthrough in the comments section below.