It seems that the hyped game of 2020 from CD Projekt Red has surprised fans once again as an Australian content creator Wilburgur attempted to mod Cyberpunk 2077 and the results were hilarious.
Trying to mod Cyberpunk but the NPCs keep exploding. Hmm. More tests needed.
Anyway, happy new year! Kenshi comin soon, just needed a lil break, thanks for waiting ♥ pic.twitter.com/AUguGViuQg
— wilburgur (@Wilburgur_) January 2, 2021
We are not sure if this was his intention of how his mod will work but it adds an interesting flair to the game that would cater to people who are into gore.
Despite the numerous glitches that the game has received, the modding community over at Nexus Mods continues to keep Cyberpunk 2077 alive as they continue to experiment and fix the game’s bugs. One modder even made a character mod for Hayden Panettiere this week.
Here we’ll explore two of the popular mods that the gaming community made to make the game more bearable to play while the developers continue to work on the major bugs.
Third Person Mode
Over the weekend, Jelle Bakker released a mod that can let gamers play their character in the third person view which is similar to GTA V.
So far the community has appreciated the efforts of this mod as the creator continues to work on bug fixes. The listed bugs vary from lack of camera collision, headpieces turning invisible and the third person view not working on version 1.06.
Better Vehicle Handling
One of the pain points of the current Cyberpunk 2077 state is the ease of driving in game. This mod will let you drive cars and motorcycles easier by replacing an ini configuration file in the game. You may want to save a backup if you intend to try this setting.
Although the mods mentioned above cater to PC gamers, it’s still unknown when older gen console players will be able to get more major patches in the months to come.
The Cyberpunk 2077 team apologized last month to the PS4 and Xbox One community for not being able to deliver and gave them an option to refund the game.