For Cyberpunk 2077 players, if you are looking for cheats of the game, dont’ worry, the cheats might just just get dugged out soon.
History of CDPR and Cheat Engine
Another game of CDPR, The Witcher 3 didn’t ship with an accessible console for entering cheat codes and commands—like most PC games, there was a developer’s console menu but it was hidden at launch.
But modders quickly dug into the game’s files and found a way to make cheats accessible to players with a debug console enabler. The console mod first appeared only five days after The Witcher 3 launched in May of 2018. With the debug console mod installed, players could tap the tilde key or F2 to open the console. (Plus there was a neat free camera that could be used by pressing F1, letting players fly around disconnected from Geralt’s body, useful for taking great screenshots.
The same thing might just happens again for Cyberpunk 2077, and that would be a great new isn’t it?
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