Cyberpunk 2077 - CD Projekt RED hired mods to fix the game
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August 30, 2021, 21:13

CD Projekt RED will use mods to work on Cyberpunk 2077. The studio has hired developer company WolvenKit to work on more mod support, but also on different game systems.

A popular theory on the web is that some game developers don’t fix bugs, because they hope mods will fix them. It seems that one of the developers decided to go in a slightly different direction. I’m talking about CD Projekt RED studio, which has set up a collaboration with famous mod developers to help Cyberpunk 2077 movie. Message passed to Discordzi Hambalko?? Traderain?? Pence, one of the authors wolves kit ?? Editing development tools in Witches 3: Wild Hunt And Latest game for the Polish team.

Traderain has joined CD Projekt RED with three other mods: Blumster and Köte ?? Nightmare¹?? Ákos (also responsible for the uprising wolves kit) and rfuzzo (author CP77 Tools) as part of the private company jussoft Rented from a Polish studio. Their job will be to work on more support for fan-made mods in Cyberpunk 2077 movieIn addition to various projects related to game systems (literally: the back end). Details have not been released.

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