Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod makes things a bit too real: Video, download details, and everything you need to know

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A new Cyberpunk 2077 mod is aiming to reflect climate change in the game, which means changing up the weather in Night City more often and more distractedly, because of decades' worth of damage to our environment.

Of course, Cyberpunk 2077 was already a modders' delight, with numerous high-profile fan-made adjustments already grabbing headlines: there was the third-person mod which gave us a new perspective, for example, and the flying mod which let us take to the skies.

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Keep on reading, then, and we'll you everything there is to know about this new Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod...

Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod video

If you want to take a look at the Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod in action, look no further than the video below...

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As opposed to the nice sunny days and clear nights that you'll mainly see in the main game, this mod brings with it some more dystopian weather options.

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The climate change mod adds the new weather options of pollution, fog, rain, toxic fog, overcast and clouds. Since the game is set 25+ years into the future, these alternate weather situations add a bit more grim realism.

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After all, this could be the reality we're looking at in a few years time if we don't show the environment some love. You could argue that adding this sad reality into the game is a little unnecessary, because aren't games meant to be escapism? Is this a bit too real? That's a matter of opinion, of course.

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How to download Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod

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If you do fancy downloading the Cyberpunk 2077 climate change mod, you'll need to head over to Nexus Mods - you can click here to fly off to the mod's official page.

The mod has over 2,000 unique downloads at the time of this article being written, with a user called Essenthy being the person that put it together. Over 100 people have endorsed it, and it has been scanned for virus and come up clean.

So if you want to add an extra layer of sad realism to your Cyberpunk 2077 experience, go for it!

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