Cyberpunk 2077 launched in a tough state and updates are considerably gradual in coming, which probably throws open the door for modders to step up and supply a greater expertise on PC (we simply posted a narrative a few modder fixing a vexing drawback CD Projekt Purple hasn’t been in a position to correctly stamp out). After all, it’s tough to get a good mod neighborhood up and operating in the event that they aren’t given the right instruments and entry – fortunately, it appears CDPR is trying to present that.
Recently on Discord, Hambalkó Bence (aka Traderain) introduced that he and the staff behind The Witcher III and Cyberpunk 2077 modding software WolvenKit had formally joined CD Projekt Purple as a way to enhance and increase the sport’s modding assist…
Hey everybody, we’re extraordinarily happy to announce that @Blumster, @Nightmarea, #rfuzzo and I might be becoming a member of CDPR beneath me and @Nightmare’s firm [Yigsoft]. We might be engaged on numerous initiatives associated to the Cyberpunk 2077 backend and the sport’s modding assist. We’re actually excited for this and we actually hope we might help to carry Cyberpunk 2077 to the subsequent stage!
After all, it’s good to see any firm embracing the mod neighborhood, however within the case of Cyberpunk 2077 it feels significantly noteworthy. If modders can step up and repair a few of the issues that CDRP are fighting, effectively, I’m certain they’d be all too glad to allow them to. Will Cyberpunk 2077 be the uncommon case the place modders step up and actually save a recreation? That is still to be seen, however bringing them in couldn’t presumably harm at this level.
Cyberpunk 2077 is offered now on PC, Xbox One, and PS4, and playable through backward compatibility on Xbox Collection X/S and PS5. A next-gen console improve has been promised for 2023, however a selected launch date has but to be locked down. The sport’s most up-to-date 1.3 replace was launched earlier this month (get the main points right here).