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Cyberpunk 2077 has received its first set of official modding tools

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Cyberpunk 2077 has recieved its first set of official modding tools

Cyberpunk 2077 has received its first set of official modding tools 

CD Projekt Red has released Cyberpunk 2077's first set of official modding tools, allowing gamers to "modify and create your own experiences in the world of Cyberpunk 2077".

So far, CD Projekt Red has released a basic set of tools which will allow modders to familiarise themselves with the game and its tweakable metadata and settings. More advanced tools will be released in the future, as CD Projekt Red plans to continuously update their modding tools as Cyberpunk 2077 is patched and expanded with future updates and DLC/expansion content. 

Right now, Cyberpunk 2077's Modding Support and Tools page includes downloads for Metadata, ArchiveDump and Tweakdump, all of which will allow modders to have a deeper look at the game's data and open up the door to more advanced game mods. That said, these tools are little more than a starting point for Cyberpunk 2077 modding, as these options do not allow modders to add new content to the game.  

CD Projekt Red plans to give PC gamers more modding tools for Cyberpunk 2077 sometime in the future. Understandably, CD Projekt Red's priority is to address Cyberpunk 2077's performance and stability issues with new game patches/updates. 

Cyberpunk 2077 players can look at the game's official Modding Support Tools here

Cyberpunk 2077 has recieved its first set of official modding tools  
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27-01-2021, 04:37:55

elrasho
How about they just make it run better on older GPUs instead, no one cares about modding until we can pay the base game properly without poor frame rates and game breaking bugsQuote

27-01-2021, 07:18:38

Warchild
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Originally Posted by elrasho View Post
How about they just make it run better on older GPUs instead, no one cares about modding until we can pay the base game properly without poor frame rates and game breaking bugs
Skilled modders can also achieve thisQuote
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