Cyberpunk 2077 looks better than ever on PC thanks to Halk Hogan’s HD Reworked Project 2.0 mod

Cyberpunk 2077

Halk Hogan has updated his HD Reworked Project for Cyberpunk 2077 to push the game’s visuals to the next level

Halk Hogan has released version 2.0 of their HD Reworked Project mod for Cyberpunk 2077. This mod is designed to enhanced Cyberpunk 2077’s visuals by reworking the game’s textures to make the game more detailed than ever before.

PC gamers will know Halk Hogan for his work on the HD Reworked Project mods for The Witcher 3, and Starfield. The Witcher 3’s HD Reworked Project was so popular it was integrated into The Witcher 3’s next-generation update. Since then, Halk Hogan has updated his HD Reworked Project for The Witcher 3 to further enhance the game.

With the release of Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 and the game’s Phantom Liberty expansion, Halk Hogan decided that his enhancement mod for the game also needed the 2.0 treatment. Version 1.0 of this highly anticipated visual mod released in March 2023, and now, version 2.0 is available to download.

Version 2.0 of Halk Hogan’s HD Reworked Project doesn’t just upgrade additional Cyberpunk 2077 textures. It also reworks and enhanced all of the textures that were made for version 1.0 of the mod. The mod is available in two forms. There is an “Ultra Quality” version that makes Cyberpunk 2077 use 1-1.5GB more VRAM than the base game. Additionally there is a “Balanced” version that uses 0.5-1GB more VRAM than the standard game.

Halk Hogan’s Cyberpunk 2077 HD Reworked Project is available to download on Nexus Mods. The mod has a minimal impact on game performance for users who have enough spare GPU memory. This means that PC gamers will not need an RTX 4090 or a Radeon RX 7900 XTX to use this mod.

You can join the discussion on Cyberpunk 2077’s HD Reworked Project 2.0 mod on the OC3D Forums.

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