REDmod for Cyberpunk 2077. Now you can easily modify the whole world

CD Projekt takes modding to a higher level. Earlier this week, the developer released an official toolkit called REDmod, which allows users to more easily create new content for Cyberpunk 2077.

Modification of the body, weapons or vehicles is one of the inherent elements of the world presented in Cyberpunk 2077. And now players can officially mod the game itself. CD Projekt has released a free modding tool called REDmod. You can download them from official website of the game.

“We just launched our new project called REDmod – a free toolkit for Cyberpunk 2077 that adds integrated support for installing and loading mods to the game. It also provides an official tool to help you use, modify, and create your own Cyberpunk 2077 experiences, including custom sounds, animations, scripts and more “- informs CD Projekt.

The developer identifies this add-on as downloadable content after the game’s launch. Except that REDmod is designed to help players create their own contentshould also make it easier to install other mods. Instead of installing or removing mods directly from game folders, players will be able to turn them on or off via REDmod as long as the mod is compatible with it.

CD Projekt released REDmod

While REDmod will make things easier for creators and players, that doesn’t mean that Cyberpunk 2077 will not support older mods. According to the CD Projekt website, players can still install mods and run them through the Archive folder, but they will not be shown in the REDmod launcher – unless they are updated.

“Below you will find REDmod – free DLC for Cyberpunk 2077which provides integrated support for installing and loading mods into the game. This is the official tool to help you modify the world Cyberpunk 2077 and create your own elements in it, including sounds, animations, scripts and more. To ensure compatibility with the game, REDmod will be updated with it, “we read in the message.

CD Projekt emphasizes in its post that REDmod is intended exclusively for fans and it should not be used in a commercial manner. This means modders shouldn’t sell their work. The company also reminds players that their game license agreement is still in place, meaning that offensive and illegal content should be avoided in mods.

Konrad Siwik, journalist of Polygamy

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