Practically right after the release of Cyberpunk 2077 the first fan mods for the game started appearing online, and this despite the terrible technical condition in which the title was delivered. CD Projekt RED is obviously busy fixing the game at the moment, and, as patch 1.1 proved, it doesn't always lead to the best results. Nevertheless, the team has found some time to publish the promised modder toolkit on the official website.
The toolkit consist largely of detailed documentation of the game's file structure and the archives it uses. Without a doubt, it will significantly facilitate the work of fans, who so far had to check the purpose of specific files by trial and error. Theoretically, it will enable the development of fast and easy to use programs to load mods. Above all, however, it will lead to the creation of more extensive mods.
CD Projekt RED has pledged to keep all elements of the toolkit up to date with future updates for the game. Mean observers suggest that the devs are quietly counting on modders to help them eliminate the countless bugs present in the game, or even to redesign and balance some gameplay elements, as is the case with The Elder Scrolls games.
Modder toolkit can be downloaded here.
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