Adding an expansion to a game needs to be worth the money. This can be done in a number of ways ranging from adding new questlines to whole new characters and arcs. However, one thing that is almost always added with an expansion is areas of maps. A new map area gives an expansion a new setting, and something original for players to enjoy. It adds value to an already purchased game. With Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, Dogtown is the name of the new zone, but how much bigger does it make the map?
How big is the Phantom Liberty map?
Dogtown has been added and unlocked for players who have decided to spend the money and get the Cyberpunk 2077 expansion. Dogtown itself is just another district buried into the already quite vast map. However, Dogtown doesn’t add all that much to Cyberpunk 2077’s map, only totaling a small number of streets.
The real addition added by Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty is the new accessible buildings on the map. The locations are the shining stars of the expansion and make the map a little more interesting. Some of the new structures in the Phantom Liberty map expansion are great to look at from the outside, such as the monolithic pyramid jutting up through the center of Dogtown. A lot of the interiors make for excellent setpieces for the dialogue you will have to listen to.
Dogtown doesn’t look all that different from most of the other locations in Cyberpunk 2077. There is a lot of ruined concrete, neon signs, and some rather difficult-to-navigate roads. Picking it out from the rest of the previous game wouldn’t be too easy.
Where to find Dogtown
Dogtown can be found at the center of the map, just before the suburbs. It joins the main part of Night City to the rest of the map. If you haven’t paid for the Phantom Liberty expansion, you will be faced with either a huge concrete wall or a heavily armed gate blocking you from entry.