The inconsistency of Cyberpunk 2077 has been one many gamers have honed in on since the launch of the game. From tons of content being cut before launch to the overwhelmingly poor last-gen console experience, the Cyberpunk 2077 community is split between appreciating the game for what it is and demanding it be fixed and the content restored.
Since its release, Cyberpunk 2077 has seen a host of mods from the community designed to improve the player experience, or at the very least, make it extremely entertaining. While some player mods are gimmicky and not meant to be utilized for long periods of time, others set out to genuinely improve and enhance the Night City experience. A Redditor, one of many gamers who had anticipated the game for years, took it upon themselves to take it to that next level.
Reddit user Nexen4, a video editor and engineer, had the awesome idea to utilize a program called VORPX to convert Cyberpunk 2077's visuals to VR. Faithful followers of the game will recall that CDPR addressed some issues with implementing VR into Night City, even receiving a full dev-kit, but eventually, the company decided to cut it out entirely. Nexen4 fully intends to preserve the immersiveness of Night City with this mod, which promises players a ground-level view of Cyberpunk 2077.
Utilizing VORPX isn't the only part of Nexen4's elaborate Cyberpunk 2077 setup. The Reddit user further revealed in an exchange with other Redditors that they're also producing a VR locomotion device, preemptively titled "the VR chair." Although they mention that the device is missing its back portion, it's clear that Nexen is enjoying finally getting a chance to play the game the way it was intended.
Nexen goes into more details in the comment section, revealing plans for a solution to inevitable nausea. Supposedly, he and his team are in the process of adapting neurological activity between the Somatosensory and Motor cortex, which would be triggered by the player while using the device. In the words of the engineer himself, the entire procedure is just "a simple brain hack."
Technology and hacking are an integral part of Cyberpunk 2077, so it's pretty awesome to see a fellow gamer embracing the true spirit of the Cyberpunk genre. Although the VR chair and official implementation of Nexen4's specific profile aren't available to the wider public yet, those curious to try it out for themselves and in possession of a VR headset can head over to the official VORPX website.
When CD Projekt Red revealed Cyberpunk 2077 seven years ago, many expected the game to be a third-person action RPG, similar to the company's other titles such as The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. However, CD Projekt Red took a different approach to develop Cyberpunk 2077 and eventually decided on a first-person perspective.
With Cyberpunk 2077 now finally out in the wild, the PC modding community has taken it into their hands to bring a third-person mode to the game. Earlier this month, modder Cineage showed off a video of what Cyberpunk 2077 would look like from a third-person perspective. Unfortunately back then, this mod was still a work-in-progress and wasn't playable in the game. Thankfully, as it seems, another modder took the responsibility and the first third-person mod for Cyberpunk 2077 is finally available for the PC players to use.
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