Meanwhile out there Cyberpunk 2077 — from the creators of The Witcher 3: Wild HuntDevs--Would be cool to have the Red Engine World Editor and Mod Tools for consoles.
I wasn't enjoying the game as it is now, so i modded it. I only focused on immersion and gameplay improvements so i could have a close as vanilla experience. If you decide to mod the game, do that. Let appereance or cheat mods for a second or third playthrough.I have been playing the game now, for over 50 hours, which is technically a drop in the bucket of time compared to some others. However, that being said, I have not done a full playthrough and am just playing and continuing to do side quests (running low), gigs, and of course taking out some of the local gangs and then when the cops show up to an "oopsie" accidental overshot to the cranium of a passerby (loving smart weapons), I of course take out the police at that time as well.
Because, well its cyberpunk and I wanna play and keep playing.
But alas, onto my issue. Some say Mod, some say dont and let the devs at Cyberpunk give me the content as is and to wait for patches and dlc's to bring more content or more options of new opening doors, or (at max level we prestige and then go to rank 2 level 1 and up to 50 then prestige and rank 3 level 1) that way we can keep adding more points to talen trees. I mean, who could get bored if they allowed that right
But, I have not added a single mod at this time, I am a PC user of course and Just want to know what others think? Do I give in and mod? or since the devs of the game are the ones wanting me to play the game (since they get paid to create this awesome content) which i do actually like alot by the way, maybe just hold out and wait on the devs. Maybe even see if they accept tips to help compensate for their time and show my appreciation (cyberpunk 2077 patreon page maybe lol).
I dono... thoughts please? Mod or No Mod.
Mods are probably gonna be the only thing to really save the game.
I'm on console, i had experimenting lot of crash on my poor XB1x the first month, but since XBSX, it run well and i like itmost probably.... modding is always the last backdoor for pc player - thats why they forgive companies failure/game issues easier and way faster than console gamers which very often dont have the opportunity to rely on the modder communiity. thats also why pc gamer in this forum say the current gamestatus is not as bad as everybody says. but if you remove all mods and tweaks from a 3rd party - cp77 is still a halfbaked game with lots of bugs and issues, many of them still first day issues. its clearly the pc fragtion which symphassies with CP77 not the console side.