Cyberpunk 2077 And Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Collide With This Mod
From Software has become a trusty fan favorite developer for gamers seeking a mighty challenge worth bragging about upon completion. Right now, the big obsession among these fans is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the first in a new franchise by From Software that takes place in fuedal Japan.
While they do not quite share the same gameplay challenges in their titles, CD Projekt Red also has a passionate fanbase for their games as well. These fans are eagerly awaiting the Polish developer’s next game, Cyberpunk 2077, but perhaps these fans will find patience in a new Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice mod that adds a dash of Night City.
Modder ChristianBliss recently released the new Sekiro mod on NexusMods. The mod changes the physical model of player character Sekiro and his trusty blade with an updated color scheme reminiscent of the outfits and weaponry seen in the footage of Cyberpunk 2077 released so far. The big noticeable effect is seen in the sword, which now looks like it gives a cyber-crystal glowing effect. However, as the modder notes, this is only visible in certain lighting.
The mod also updates Sekiro’s clothing to make his bandages red and ropes blue, as if they were to look like wires on a cybernetically enhanced being from the future. While this more colorful outfit would not make much sense for a warrior reliant on stealth to survive encounters with numerous enemies, one can’t help but acknowledge how flippin’ rad he looks. It’s unlikely that an official Cyberpunk 2077 Sekiro crossover would ever happen, but this mod certainly makes a case that it should exist. Even if it costs an arm and a leg to make happen.
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