Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that, despite its iconic film and TV show influences, immersive world-building, the inclusion of Keanu Reeves, is often plagued by negative perceptions and derisive criticisms. The major reason behind such criticisms stems from the fact that the game often suffers from glitches and bugs that often border on game-breaking.
These limitations have resulted in players looking for ways to customize the playing experience and rid the game of its most frustrating faults. With official mod support from CD Projekt Red, modding Cyberpunk 2077 will continue to be a pretty common thing. While some of the mods are quite utilitarian, there exist some which can be safely regarded as extremely ridiculous, yet extremely enjoyable at the same time. These mods rank high with gamers owing to their ridiculousness and should be installed as soon as possible to get the most and the unexpected out of Cyberpunk 2077.
The various NPCs in Cyberpunk 2077 all flaunt different futuristic skin textures, but doing the same when creating a custom character would prove to be pretty irritating in-game.
However, modder Crazy Potato has solved this frustration with the Chrome Female V Mod, which allows V to flaunt futuristic chrome skin that looks not only crazy, but quite appealing, as well—in a weird, far-future way, that is. The only downside to this mod is that V’s breasts seem to pop out of her clothes whenever this mod is activated, though weird issues like that are more-or-less par for the course for the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that is full of glitches and bugs, so much so that PlayStation’s CEO has even called out CD Projekt Red’s attempt to launch the game in such a broken state. The bugs and glitches can become increasingly frustrating when players get stuck in game-environment components like walls and corners. Being stuck in a glitch is never a fun experience, and, therefore, a mod like Ghost Forward helps immensely.
Allowing players to teleport ahead a little distance can help them in getting unstuck and can also come in handy when wanting to infiltrate places that do not seem to have an entry in sight. It also has a neat feature of sliding the camera forward to look at what lies beyond the wall, thereby saving the player from landing himself/herself in an ambush or hurling himself/herself from the thirtieth floor of a high-rise building.
The weather in Night City has a number of different variations, but, for the most part of the game, it is a bright, sunny with no trace of clouds. The Climate Change Mod by Essenthy makes up for this monotony by allowing the players to choose from fog, toxic fog, rain, overcast skies, and pollution as the default climate of the game.
The player still gets to experience other weather conditions, but the chosen climate remains the default. Although there are problems with this mod working perfectly when activated in the Badlands or the North Side, it is an issue that Essenthy promises to fix, and it hardly impacts the efficacy of this cool and weather-based mod.