With Cyberpunk 2077 now playing better than ever, it's time to revisit Night City again but to make things a bit more interesting, here are some of the mods that you should be
Cyberpunk 2077 had just recorded its biggest peak players on Steam in a long, long time all thanks to the most recent Update 1.6 and Edgerunners anime series that was released on Netflix a couple of days ago.
More than 85,000 players played CD Projekt Red's RPG over the last 24 hours, and if you're also looking to dive back into the stunning Night City, you might want to check out some of the best mods for the game if you're playing on PC , of course.
The mods that we will recommend will only add to your experience in the Night City, and won't remove any content that the developers originally created. So without further ado, here are some of the best Cyberpunk 2077 mods you should install.
Best visual mods for Cyberpunk 2077:
- Cyberpunk Autonomous ReShade - True HDR
- Climate change at Cyberpunk 2077
- Draw Distance Boost
- Improved Decoration LODs
- V's Apartment Renovation
- Improved Traffic_NPCs Draw Distance and density
- Change Your Favorite Cars
Best gameplay mods for Cyberpunk 2077:
- Better Vehicle Handling
- Immersive First Person
- Metro System
- Enhanced Police
- Flying Cars mod
- Arasaka Cyberarms
Other neat Cyberpunk 2077 mods
Thanks to all the updates and patches CD Projekt Red released since launch, our list of recommended mods is much smaller given that a lot of annoying stuff in the game was fixed and does not require mods anymore. This includes the mini-map zoom and a couple of other tweaks.
Also, we have to mention that these are our personal picks for Cyberpunk 2077 mods so it's entirely possible you don't like some or perhaps even all of them, and that's fine. You can visit NexusMods and pick the ones that suit you better.
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