Cyberpunk 2077 modder brings an improved version of Saints Row’s Penetrator to Night City

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Depending upon how you play it, Cyberpunk 2077 can be a pretty serious game. After all, when you sit down and think about the horrific reality of slowly becoming Keanu Reeves against your will, it’s hard not to emit a sober and gravelly ‘woah’.

However, for those who can distract themselves from these terrifying thoughts with some car customisation or a killer Rammstein playlist, Night City can also make a pretty fun playground for mad hijinks.


If you’re one of the latter variety of players and are in the process of getting hyped up for the release of the Saints Row reboot later this month, a new mod might be just what you need to spice up your NC antics and get back into the Saints groove.

Cyberpunk gets a dose of Saints Row-esque immaturity

This mod, called ‘Fully Automatic Dildo’, is the work of modder sabbath7991, whose previous work has allowed Cyberpunk players to embrace the dark side of the force and show off their totally genuine love of 90s grunge.

This time, they’ve decided to attempt a more ambitious crossover, bringing plastic genitalia to Cyberpunk in a form that FPS lovers will approve of.


That’s right, instead of being an occasionally effective melee weapon, as it is in Saints Row the Third, this murderous member truly reeks of futuristic innovation, having been morphed into a fully automatic rifle that takes the place of the vanilla game’s Militech M251s Ajax.

Yes, that means it shoots projectiles, but, as far as we can tell, its ammunition of choice is still actual bullets, so don’t worry about ending up with enemies who are scarred for life, but still very much alive.

Also, if you’re concerned that this interesting weapon might not be very lore-friendly, don’t fret either, as one trip down Jig-Jig street will remind you that latex love-aids are very much a thing in vanilla Cyberpunk.

While grabbing any of those to try and hollow out into a scope is completely optional, if you fancy giving this destructive dong a go, you should definitely also pick up both Yamashi’s ‘Cyber Engine Tweaks’ and Earrindo’s ‘Cyberpunk 2077 Texture Override’ in order to make it function as intended.


So, load up on bullets, get ready to shoot and make sure to follow us for updates on both the wacky world of Cyberpunk 2077 modding and Saints Row in the run-up to its release.