Every time we buy a new game we all have the question “does this have fall damage?” ” moment. You know, when you go up to the highest point on the map, just because, and you fall to death because you think it’s gonna look cool.
Well, now you can do that in Cyberpunk 2077 without making sure you forget to save. This new module Creator Dravic turns off fall damage, along with those onscreen warnings that tell you jumping 2,000 feet in the sky is a bad idea.
The mod was born thanks to another one we’ve covered in the past – the grappling hook mod that lets you fly around Night City like Spider-Man. Dravic was annoyed that the game continued to warn them that they were about to fall to death as they hovered safely through the air. Originally planning to get rid of this annoying message, Dravic simply removed the entire fall damage system, so they could hang out across the city in peace.
Now the game will always assume that you have fallen from a safe height. So you can feel free to descend from the tallest skyscraper and then just start running around the streets like nothing has happened. If free fall is all you want, you don’t need the grapple mod for the fall damage mod to work. It is also not known to conflict with other Cyberpunk 2077 mods.
Speaking of which, the modding scene has been pretty active lately. This was a bit out of necessity, as the recent patch caused a whole bunch of issues including random crashes for PC gamers. In addition to this new issue, old bugs were returning, including texture pop-ins and NPC clones.
Cyberpunk 2077 launched in December 2020. In addition to the PC, it is also available for PlayStation, Xbox, and Google Stadia.
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