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All Cyberpunk 2077 mods will be “disabled” CDPR says

CD Projekt Red reveals that all Cyberpunk 2077 mods have now been disabled with the release of both 2.0 and Phantom Liberty, leaving many split on the decision.

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All Cyberpunk 2077 mods are being disabled across Night City, as the studio wants to ensure that players avoid compatibility issues with the newly released Phantom Liberty expansion. While CDPR has warned players to disable mods prior to the expansion’s launch, this move has split the community, as many wanted to at least try playing Phantom Liberty with cosmetic mods.

The long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 expansion is finally here, as CD Projekt Red has completely overhauled Night City with the new region of Dogtown and plenty of major and minor in-game improvements. This does mean you’ll have to hold off on installing more Cyberpunk 2077 mods though, as CDPR has disabled any and all fan creations in the open-world game until further notice.

“Attention all Steam and Epic players!” the CD Projekt Red support account writes. “We wanted to let you know that mods will be automatically disabled for the launch of Phantom Liberty. This is to prevent issues with the game that are caused by mods before they receive their update from the modding community. We want to make sure you have the best experience when playing the game.”

Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty mods: a tweet from CD Projekt Red, saying that the team has disabled mods in the Phantom Liberty expansion for Cyberpunk

As of right now, it’s currently unclear if you can re-enable all your Cyberpunk mods yourself, or if it will take a new 2.0 / Phantom Liberty update from each individual modder before you can use them again. CD Projekt Red has already made it clear that having any mods installed could negatively influence your experience in Dogtown, but now you at least don’t have to sift through all your installed mods and disable them yourself.

If you’re on the fence, our Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty review tells you everything you need to know about the experience and whether or not it’s worth it. We’ve also broken down the updated Cyberpunk 2077 system requirements, as the recommended specs have changed with both 2.0 and Phantom Liberty.

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There’s also a Cyberpunk 2077 Steam sale going on right now if you’re yet to add the game to your library, and once you do dive in I wholly recommend you go and play the secret boomer shooter hidden inside the Cyberpunk update as well.

Running around Dogtown makes for a dangerous profession though, as we’ve put together the best Cyberpunk 2.0 builds across weapons and cyberware to help you dominate the game. You’ll also need to see the best Cyberpunk 2077 PC settings for your rig as well, to ensure you get the best experience.