V may now explore a new area thanks to the Cyberpunk 2077 Mod

V may now explore a new area thanks to the Cyberpunk 2077 Mod

The player may now access a previously restricted sector of Cyberpunk 2077 thanks to a new mod that also adds a recurring mission. CD Projekt Red’s dystopian RPG is known for its vast open world in the form of Night City, and there is already so much for players to explore. Although the game was harshly condemned when it was initially launched two years ago, particularly on previous-generation platforms, many now believe the title is in much better shape owing to a series of bug fixes.

Indeed, CDPR just announced a Cyberpunk 2077 sequel, implying that both the studio and the fan base are now satisfied enough with the current edition to warrant a sequel. While there is no word on when the sequel will be released, it is safe to presume that the developer has learnt from the negative criticism received during Cyberpunk’s original debut. While players await the next instalment, the modding community has been busy creating new content.

As an example, consider Nexus Mods user anygoodname. This user, as observed by DSO Gaming, has developed a new mod for Cyberpunk 2077 that unlocks a section of the game that vanilla gamers cannot access. It specifically provides V access to Megablock’s “inaccessible” Lower Market section. In addition to a new location to explore, the mod includes a recurrent mission that leads to prizes for the player’s Perk Points. However, the description states that the modification is a “limited edition release,” and the developer states that the mod site will most likely be shut down in early January. It is unclear if this implies it will also be deleted from Nexus Mods.

The game Cyberpunk 2077 has a tonne of fascinating and distinctive modifications, such as one that reshade the graphics to resemble somewhat Doom or another that lets players leave Night City. Although it is just a desolate environment, it demonstrates, along with anygoodname’s mod, that people are eager to extend and explore the already quite large game world.

There’s no disputing that Cyberpunk 2077 has gone a long way since its December 2020 debut. That is not to argue that everything is flawless, but it does demonstrate how much effort CD Projekt Red put into the game after its initial release.

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