Cyberpunk 2077 has a third-person camera, but the view is limited to the vehicle you’re driving, unless the player has a problem with the game. However, the new PC mod appears to completely convert the first-person RPG of developer CD Projekt Red to a third-person RPG.
Mods available on Nexus Mods and uploaded by user sarunama are ongoing work. That’s exactly what it says: push the camera behind the character so that the player can get a wider view of Cyberpunk 2077 from the perspective of a third party. However, in order for the player to access the third person plugin, they need to download two mods, the TPP mod itself and the prerequisite mod Cyber Engine Tweaks. It can also be downloaded from the Nexus Mod.
After installing both mods, the player can press the “B” key to choose from four different third person camera angles. YouTuber Slothability analyzes how mods are installed and provides a quick demonstration. Character animation is unstable and unstable when using Cyberpunk 2077, which is an ongoing work and created as a first-person game. It never breaks the game, but mods can make it even more unstable than before. CD Projekt Red has promised more bug fixes planned for January and February of this year.
Cyberpunk 2077 has seen some interesting PC Mods that change different aspects of the game. One of the recent examples is basically a mod that adds a hair stylist to Night City. This allows the player to switch haircuts at any time and any number of times.
CD Projekt Red has been boiling in hot water before and after the release of Cyberpunk 2077. The staff asked the founders and senior management about crunch and game marketing. Meanwhile, a class action proceeding is underway alleging that the studio has hidden the quality of the game in the latest generation consoles. The issue reportedly brought $ 1 billion in wealth to the founders. All of this is done against the backdrop of Cyberpunk 2077, which sold 13 million copies at launch.