Is Cyberpunk 2077 Too Short For You? Take A Look At This Free Expansion!

Cyberpunk 2077: One More Light is a small but excellent story expansion that you can also download for free.



The only bad thing about Cyberpunk 2077 is that there isn’t more of it. But this small but crucial new story expansion is guaranteed to tug at your heartstrings. It’s been almost four years since the game was released, and despite a shaky start, it’s now established itself as one of the best RPGs of all time.

CD Projekt Red’s title has something for everyone with its beautiful but corrupt setting, exciting story and epic gameplay. So perhaps it’s no surprise that developers are already well underway on the sequel, which is currently codenamed Project Orion.

For now, fans want more content. Although the Phantom Liberty DLC is the first and only expansion, modders have already taken over. Extra missions are guaranteed to draw players back to Night City.

For example, the New Quest – One More Light mod on the Nexus Mods page, created by deceptius, adds an entirely new quest to the game that starts after an important story event.

At the beginning of the game, V loses his best friend, Jackie, in a robbery gone wrong. In the base game, participating in the mission will be the end of the story. However, not if you download this free mod.

After it is over and 36 hours have passed, V can go to the Columbarium. Here, you can find Jackie’s booth and talk to him. You can tell him what happened since his death. What’s more, you also have the option to go back and visit at any time.

Note that this quest will only work if the players choose not to send Jackie’s body to Vik but instead to her mother, which in turn triggers the events.

This is just one of the many story mods available for Cyberpunk 2077, adding even more story and content to the incredible RPG. It’s interesting to look around the Nexus Mods page (see link below) to find more similar additions that expand the game’s story.

Source: Nexus Mods

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