Cyberpunk 2077 Modders Restore Unused Quests, Also Making "E3 Demo V" Playable

No one can question that Cyberpunk 2077 had a rough launch back in December. CD Projekt Red has slowly rolled out fixes to their RPG, most recently with the Version 1.21 Hotfix Update, but modders have been working hard too.

After CD Projekt Red implemented official mod support back in January, players have discovered plenty of unused content within. Between unreleased quests and older character files for V, both are now being restored through wider fan efforts.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Modders Restore Unused Quests, Also Making "E3 Demo V" Playable

Most prominently, modder romulus2k4 has created a mod call "Cut Gigs Save Lives", granting access to 4 previously inaccessible gig quests. Romulus warns that currently, "Hothead" and "Desperate Measures" contain a few glitches though, so be careful if you end up using this.

Elsewhere, separate groups have recreated Male and Female V to how they looked in the E3 2018 demo. While female V's assets were datamined, male V has undergone some custom work to recreate his appearance. If you wanted the original E3 clothing options too, that's also covered.

With further official updates coming for Cyberpunk 2077, whether these will continue working in the long-term is another story. But, with other groups working to restore additional content, you can't deny the community's clear passion for this game.

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