Cyberpunk 2077 is a 2020 action role-playing video game developed and published by CD Projekt. The story takes place in Night City, an open world set in the Cyberpunk universe. Players assume the first-person perspective of a customizable mercenary known as V, who can acquire skills in hacking and machinery with options for melee and ranged combat.
Cyberpunk 2077 is undoubtedly the biggest game release of 2020, and we all know you have mixed reactions towards the game. some have even vowed to not play the game again in their life. but, as long as patches, updates, and DLC gets released this year, the discussion surrounding it shows no signs of stopping yet.
Developers are releasing mods every day and those little programs have the potential to make the game more appreciatable. Game mods are, potentially, amazing, and can bring brand new content into your game, both minor and major.
Cyberpunk 2077 already has a host of fascinating mods available and some of them are so amazing as to completely change the way the Night City looks and even how the NCP behaves.
This guide is made for those who are still new at getting started with installing mods on your PC version of Cyberpunk 2077.
Installation of Mods is a fairly simple concept. Head over to Nexus Mods, once you have found the mod you like, manually download it, there will be installation instructions in the mod file on where to extract the contents.
So, Here’s the extra information you need to know:
On Steam, you will need to open the game’s directory by clicking Properties > Local Files > Browse Local Files.
On GOG, you will need to do the same by clicking Settings > Manage Installation > Configure.
Once you’ve in the directory, make sure to follow the instructions in the mod file, and extract the data where it specifies. You may need to create a folder or back-up certain items.
Be extremely careful, and it never hurts to make a backup of your game directory before playing with the mods. If your game misbehaves, don’t blame me. Oh! One more piece of advice, all mods look good, but not all work well.