Cyberpunk 2077 May Have Finally Confirmed Transmog Update

Fans may have just received confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 ‘s often-hinted-at transmog system could finally arrive soon. While Cyberpunk 2077’s initial 2020 release left many players disappointed, the developers at CD Projekt Red behind the RPG have slowly but steadily worked to fix the many technical issues that plagued Cyberpunk 2077 at launch and added in many of the features that were promised during the game’s nearly decade-long development cycle. The largest and most drastic of these Cyberpunk 2077 updates was released in February and finally brought CDPR’s latest project into the current console generation alongside many quality-of-life improvements.            

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Not only has this year’s Cyberpunk 2077 1.5 patch introduced many long-awaited features, like the ability to change main protagonist V’s hairstyle and appearance after the initial character creation screen and updates to the game’s traffic and vehicle behavior, but there were also clues that CDPR could add a few more requested mechanics – such as a transmog system in Cyberpunk 2077 that would allow players to replace the appearance of any of their equipped items – or even render them invisible without sacrificing any perks or stat boosts. While some Cyberpunk 2077 players have uncovered a workaround for the lack of a true transmog system, it is limited to “hiding” certain equipment.

Cyberpunk 2077 players hoping for a true transmog system that would allow them to transform any of V’s gear to their liking might not have to wait much longer, as the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account hinted that this feature might be coming soon in a recent response to a user named Ren Okage. They asked about a transmog system, prompting the Cyberpunk 2077 handle to answer with an eye emoji – suggesting that Ren Okage should watch for further developments in the future. This is far from an official confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a transmog system, but many other Twitter users in the comments section seem to be taking it as a welcome sign that this long-hoped-for feature is forthcoming.

Aside from possibly adding the ability to change equipment around, CD Project Red is continuing to add new content and features to Cyberpunk 2077 – including the previously promised DLC that was delayed in the wake of Cyberpunk 2077’s buggy launch and the wave of fixes and update patches that came from it. Leaked details of this upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 DLC indicate that the first expansion will take V to the Combat Zone in Night City’s upper-class Pacifica District for a few new missions and even an additional alternate ending. Some players are also hoping that one of Cyberpunk 2077’s upcoming DLC expansions could build on one of the game’s existing endings and feature a story campaign set in outer space.              

Wherever Cyberpunk 2077’s next round of content will take them, many fans will want to make sure that V looks their best – and a transmog system will help allow players to craft their own custom-made post-modern outfit to wreak havoc on the mean streets of Night City and beyond. While nothing official has been confirmed yet, the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account’s recent replay is a clue that such a system could be finally added to the game at long last.      

Source: Cyberpunk 2077/Twitter


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Fans may have just received confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 ‘s often-hinted-at transmog system could finally arrive soon. While Cyberpunk 2077’s initial 2020 release left many players disappointed, the developers at CD Projekt Red behind the RPG have slowly but steadily worked to fix the many technical issues that plagued Cyberpunk 2077 at launch and added in many of the features that were promised during the game’s nearly decade-long development cycle. The largest and most drastic of these Cyberpunk 2077 updates was released in February and finally brought CDPR’s latest project into the current console generation alongside many quality-of-life improvements.            
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
Not only has this year’s Cyberpunk 2077 1.5 patch introduced many long-awaited features, like the ability to change main protagonist V’s hairstyle and appearance after the initial character creation screen and updates to the game’s traffic and vehicle behavior, but there were also clues that CDPR could add a few more requested mechanics – such as a transmog system in Cyberpunk 2077 that would allow players to replace the appearance of any of their equipped items – or even render them invisible without sacrificing any perks or stat boosts. While some Cyberpunk 2077 players have uncovered a workaround for the lack of a true transmog system, it is limited to “hiding” certain equipment.

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Cyberpunk 2077 players hoping for a true transmog system that would allow them to transform any of V’s gear to their liking might not have to wait much longer, as the official Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account hinted that this feature might be coming soon in a recent response to a user named Ren Okage. They asked about a transmog system, prompting the Cyberpunk 2077 handle to answer with an eye emoji – suggesting that Ren Okage should watch for further developments in the future. This is far from an official confirmation that Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a transmog system, but many other Twitter users in the comments section seem to be taking it as a welcome sign that this long-hoped-for feature is forthcoming.

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Aside from possibly adding the ability to change equipment around, CD Project Red is continuing to add new content and features to Cyberpunk 2077 – including the previously promised DLC that was delayed in the wake of Cyberpunk 2077’s buggy launch and the wave of fixes and update patches that came from it. Leaked details of this upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 DLC indicate that the first expansion will take V to the Combat Zone in Night City’s upper-class Pacifica District for a few new missions and even an additional alternate ending. Some players are also hoping that one of Cyberpunk 2077’s upcoming DLC expansions could build on one of the game’s existing endings and feature a story campaign set in outer space.              

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Wherever Cyberpunk 2077’s next round of content will take them, many fans will want to make sure that V looks their best – and a transmog system will help allow players to craft their own custom-made post-modern outfit to wreak havoc on the mean streets of Night City and beyond. While nothing official has been confirmed yet, the Cyberpunk 2077 Twitter account’s recent replay is a clue that such a system could be finally added to the game at long last.      
Source: Cyberpunk 2077/Twitter

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