Cyberpunk 2077 Mod Contains Android Companions and Drones

Even with its problems, which have been much improved, Cyberpunk 2077 is a superbly realistic open-world game with a compelling story and a stunning landscape that feels lived in.

It’s hardly a surprise that it’s one of the most costly video games ever produced, given its size and the presence of Keanu Reeves.

Even with all the NPCs, it is still lonely playing, but a newly published mod could help.

“Drone Companions” is a fan-created add-on for Cyberpunk 2077 that was produced and uploaded by a user named Scissors.

As the name implies, it enables players to have a non-human companion to keep them company.

It functions by introducing a brand-new operating system called a TechDeck, which afterwards enables the creation of several drones that will stick with the user and even engage in combat on their behalf.

In a video, the user makes a few androids, which start charging forward when a conflict starts.

The buddies could even get in and out of cars and have shootouts while driving.

This is probably the closest thing fans can come to playing with others in Night City because Cyberpunk 2077 doesn’t feature a multiplayer option, at least not yet.

There have been discussions regarding CD Projekt Red, including multiplayer in the game, and it was even planned to be released at first, but nothing has come of it since.

Although no one is entirely sure when the function will be enabled, it is hoped that multiplayer will be available shortly. “Drone Companions” is an excellent substitute for the time being.

Even though a game of this class already has a considerable amount of material, the modding community often releases new updates.

A Cybperunk 2077 patch that includes upscaling compatibility for AMD’s FSR 2.0 technology was created.

There are plenty more, including ones that include flying automobiles and bring back the E3 2018 aesthetics.

Many people are willing to forgive, even if they can’t entirely forget just yet, although Cyberpunk 2077 may have had one of the worst debuts in recent video game history.

Numerous gamers have now been able to fully enjoy the game and appreciate the effort that CDPR put into it, particularly after release, thanks to the massive patch released earlier this year.