Cyberpunk 2077 players can now invest in Araska and various unearthly corporations thanks to a newly released mod that adds a full-fledged stock market to the PC version of the game.
The expert Cyberpunk 2077 modders KeanuWheeze and Scornthegreat released their latest version through Nexus Mod earlier today, complete with a full changelog with detailed new features.
CD Projekt Red launched its official modding tools for Cyberpunk 2077 shortly after the game was released in 2020, while the game developers were busy fixing the bugs in the game, as it got a huge backlash from the players.
While a lot of its initial post-launch focus was directed toward fixing the performance on the last-generation consoles, the online modding community went to work on expanding the PC version of the game.
The latest version of the growing range of custom expansions for Cyberpunk 2077 comes in the form of a Stock Market and News System mod, which also adds a stock exchange tab to every PC version of the game.
From there, players can search and invest in 33 companies previously established by the official game lore, as well as browse news relevant to changes in their portfolio valuation.
Similar to GTA 5 stock market feature, certain news items will only be triggered by completing story missions, with their contents and stock price effects being dependent on players’ choices being made during quests.
Keanuwheeze has already released over a dozen of mods for Cyberpunk 2077, developing features like flying to stylistic enhancements like replacing fast travel loading screens with dynamic camera transitions.
The final portion of their portfolio is all about expanding the game’s content with the additions of retro Tetris arcade, Cyberpunk’s 2077 steam reviews are 90% at present, although after the release the game received some criticism developer fixed those bugs by regularly providing updates.
And after those developments are still going on, The game’s much improved public impression also encouraged CPDR to redirect some of the portions of its resources to create some premium content for Cyberpunk 2077.
The first such expansion was announced back in September 2022, although it was only a few days ago that CPDR confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be paid DLC.