Cyberpunk 2077 Thomas The Tank Engine mod: How to download the Dex DeShawn mod and bring Thomas to your game

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Okay, here's a piece of news we weren't expecting: Thomas The Tank Engine has been added to Cyberpunk 2077, in quite an odd way, with an imaginative modder superimposing the iconic locomotive onto the head of Dex DeShawn, a non-playable character in the game.

PC Games N has already pointed out that a more obvious deployment of Thomas in the game could have linked to the abandoned monorail system in Night City. But hey, you can never predict what fans will come up with.

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Of course, there's a long history of modders adding Thomas The Tank Engine into popular games. A particularly hilarious mod for the Resident Evil 2 remake springs immediately to mind.

And if you think that adding Thomas The Tank Engine into your Cyberpunk 2077 experience is exactly what you want to do, keep on reading for all the essential info...

VIDEO: See the 'Thomas DeShawn Engine' mod in action

If you're more of a mod-appreciator than a mod-downloader, we've got a visual treat that'll be right up your street (or train track).

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The video below, brought to you by a YouTuber called Dr Ravioli Western, will allow you to bask in the glory of the Cyberpunk 2077 Thomas The Tank Engine mod without needing to download it or faff about...

How to download the Cyberpunk 2077 Thomas The Tank Engine mod

As is often the case in situations like this, Nexus Mods is where this particular mod first started garnering attention.

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Created by a user called camtino under the title 'Thomas DeShawn', this mod has accrued 7,159 views at the time of this sentence being written. The number of actual downloads is a lot smaller than that, though.

If you're a PC player and you fancy checking out this mod for yourself, all you need to do is click here to head over to Nexus Mods, where you can trawl through all the info and download the mod if you want to.

And if you're worried about those recent reports about Cyberpunk 2077 mods making you vulnerable to hackers, fear not - IGN reports that a recent patch sorted that issue out.

So go ahead, have all the bizarre train-based fun that you want! We'll just be watching this video of the Resi 2 Thomas mod for the thousandth time...

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