Electrify Your Nightlife: New Afterlife Club Mod for Cyberpunk 2077

Electrify Your Nightlife: New Afterlife Club Mod for Cyberpunk 2077

Afterlife nightclub in Cyberpunk 2077 has a spartan décor, but a fan of the contentious RPG has produced a mod that gives the seedy bar a makeover and adds additional functions. Developer CD Projekt Red has resolved a $1.85 million lawsuit brought by Cyberpunk 2077 investors after the game’s dismal launch, which saw the game arrive in a totally broken condition for many players.

Following the critical and financial success of CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, many anticipated the futuristic RPG Cyberpunk 2077 to be a big leap forward for the genre when it was initially unveiled with the first teaser trailer in January 2013. Cyberpunk 2077, set in the premise of the cult classic Cyberpunk tabletop RPG, let players explore the dystopian, corporate-controlled metropolis of Night City while working with the digital ghost of rock singer and revolutionary Johnny Silverhand, portrayed by Keanu Reeves. Despite over a decade of development and some considerable star power, Cyberpunk 2077 had a lacklustre reaction from many players and journalists due to severe technical difficulties that rendered the game completely unusable for certain users.

In the same way that CD Projekt Red has made countless adjustments and upgrades to the game since its initial release, creative gamers have created mods for Cyberpunk 2077 that bring new characters, skills, and functionality to the game. The Enhanced Afterlife mod for Cyberpunk 2077, released to Nexus Mods by user Pringles001, adds additional objects, a new layout, and new functionality to the neon-lit venue, which is likely to please gamers who found the game’s dark and dismal Afterlife nightclub to be a little too empty. Afterlife is well-known to many players for appearing in numerous of the game’s narrative missions, and its revised makeover gives it a more realistic and lived-in feel.

The Enhanced Afterlife patch adds various adjustments to the digital nightclub to make it more aesthetically attractive and practical for Cyberpunk 2077 gamers. The inclusion of various artefacts and other aesthetic changes to Rogue’s corner is the first makeover to the grimy meeting point, with newly-added plants and accessories giving the area some visual flare. The patch also makes it simpler for players to get refreshments and weapons on the move by including operational vending machines for snacks and a fully functional armoury, but the armoury needs the installation of extra modules to operate.

While CD Projekt Red’s sequence of updates and a continuous flow of user-made modifications may have fallen short of Cyberpunk 2077’s original release, they are gradually changing players’ opinions of the problematic game. Afterlife Enhanced’s updated visuals may make this mod a must-have for players who can’t get enough of Cyberpunk 2077’s beautiful graphics.