Hiding your goods in the year 2077
As of this week, CD Projekt Red has officially released the long-awaited PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrade for Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red also released Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.5 update at the same time as the next-generation upgrade. Cyberpunk 2077’s most widely criticised systems, including AI and combat, were improved with the update. CD Projekt Red may have been working on a feature that didn’t make it into patch 1.5: transmog. CD Projekt Red does not appear to be working on an MMO-style system of swapping in and out cosmetic clothing, which is a fair but tragically inaccurate assumption. In spite of how wonderful that would be, CD Projekt Red has not yet implemented it to any degree. However, the latest patch of Cyberpunk 2077 appears to have some exciting new features for changing the appearance of your character, as well as a hint of something more.
Cyberpunk 2077 Screenshots: The Glen Apartment in Sandstorm.
Cyberpunk 2077’s recent update has a “transmog” system that was found by djkovrik, a game modder. Using the command Game in the game’s console, users of Cyberpunk 2077 can turn it on. EnableTransmog(). The ability to hide the player’s face and head is one of the most frequent RPG features, and it is enabled here. An further mod by Djkovrik called Hide Your Gear changes this feature, allowing the wearer the ability to hide whatever article of clothing they are currently wearing. Fans of Cyberpunk 2077 aren’t discussing about the feature’s actual functioning. Players desire more than just hiding a character’s helmet and glasses without changing their attributes. People hope for a significant feature because they like the name of the functionality. The term “transmog” conjures up images of a transmog system.
In Cyberpunk 2077.
A fully-fleshed out transmog system would allow players to permanently collect the cosmetic component of any equipment they acquire. They might then customise their appearance however they wanted using any newly discovered unlocked equipment. Similar to World of Warcraft and Diablo 3, this is a feature that gamers would like to see included. Cyberpunk 2077’s transmog system is unlikely to resemble World of Warcraft’s. When CD Projekt Red created a way for players to conceal their head gear, they named it “transmog” due of the command’s uniqueness. Even if CD Projekt Red surprises you, you should keep a healthy level of scepticism.