Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt RED deploys official tools for mod support

 

 



 

 

CD Projekt RED has deployed on its site official tools for mod support on the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077.

Both budding modders and veterans alike will be able to give it their all to fully personalize their Night City experience… And share it with other players in need of new features, while waiting for CD Projekt RED to refine it Game.

 

 

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'Ambitious mercenary seeks talented Charcudoc to improve his chrome'


Without waiting for this gesture on the part of CD Projekt RED, the modders had already started to improve certain elements of the PC version and to personalize the gaming experience. We were notably able to discover a mod improving driving, a deactivating mod dodge by double-pressing an arrow key or another adding a key to walk.

In terms of customizing the experience, a character creation tool was available during the game, when a mod offered a third person perspective.

From now on, it will be possible for all modding enthusiasts to make major changes to Cyberpunk 2077. So we just have to wait a few days or weeks to see what the community of enthusiasts will do in Night City.

 

 

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CD Projekt RED focuses on the most urgent cases


CD Projekt RED continues to refine Cyberpunk 2077 as much as possible, in particular by correcting the many bugs particularly present on the console versions. A first step has been taken with patch 1.1, which nevertheless introduces some new annoying bugs. A more substantial patch 1.2 is expected in the coming weeks.

Due to these numerous issues at stake, the studio is currently under fire with two lawsuits and a close scrutiny of its work by a Polish authority, or face fines if it is not satisfactory. Making mod support accessible to everyone on the PC version should therefore allow CD Projekt RED to fully focus on the most urgent.

The wave of free DLCs initially planned at the beginning of the year has also been postponed so that the studio fully tackles the correction of bugs. The update for the Xbox Series X | S and PS5 is expected around fall 2021.

 

 


 

Source : CD Projekt RED

 

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