While Cyberpunk 2077 has endured a difficult lifespan since its 2020 release, with a barrage of bugs and glitches on various platforms originally putting players off, things are finally looking up for the Keanu Reeves friendship simulator.
Following the release of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, a lot of people have been tempted into giving the game another chance, leading to some massive player numbers that have only increased since the announcement that the game will be getting a sequel.
Now, a barrage of new mods are offering fresh content to those returning to Night City, providing them with stocks to trade, cats to pet and, in the case of one new mod, the chance to rock a look that’ll really stand out from the crowd.
Have you ever wanted to make Cyberpunk 2077 look a bit more unique via some extra tech?
The mod in question is called ‘Ceres Face Cyberware’ and is the work of modder AnruiMurasaki. A lot of their previous work has also focused on giving Cyberpunk players more options when it comes customising their appearance, giving them the ability to look a bit more like popular characters from Edgerunners and vanilla Cyberpunk.
This time, instead of taking inspiration from an existing resident of Night City, they’ve decided to create a bunch of colourful facial cyberware of their own design, which comes in a range of combinations and colours.
From simple flesh-coloured options that aren’t too much of a departure from the vanilla game’s options, to dark wires that’d go well with a leather jacket and a motorcycle and even some gold and multicoloured versions that’ll mark you out as the ultimate futuristic fashion devotee, you’ll probably be able to find a set to suit your character no matter what their preferred wardrobe looks like.
The mod comes in a number of different versions, with the main factors dictating which file you’ll want being how comfortable you are with installing Cyberpunk mods, and whether your character’s base model is male or female.
For those with hours of experience tinkering around in-game files, there’s a more advanced version of the mod which uses NoraLee’s ‘Morphtarget and AnimRig Additions’ as a framework to add the new cyberware to the game in a manner that won’t replace any of the vanilla options.
On the other hand, if you’re new to Cyberpunk modding, or modding in general, there’s a ‘lazy’ version of the mod which simply replaces the vanilla game’s ‘cyberware 02’ option, but doesn’t offer as much customisability.
Regardless of whether you’re now wandering the streets of Night City basking in the gasps of pedestrians who’ve been stunned by your new look, make sure to follow us for more interesting Cyberpunk 2077 mods and info on the game’s upcoming Phantom Liberty expansion, which is set to launch in 2023. You can also check out our mods of the month for November.