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'Cyberpunk 2077' Gets Stunning Metro Network With 19 Interconnected Stations

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'Cyberpunk 2077' Gets Stunning Metro Network With 19 Interconnected Stations

When you hear “Cyberpunk 2077”, what comes to mind? If you’re anything like me, it’s still slightly impossible to forget the catapulting cars, headless NPCs, and the overall chaos of the game when it released in December last year. That might be slightly unfair, as the game has since seen a number of huge patches to fix the various bugs and glitches, and the game’s recent reviews on Steam are now ‘Very Positive’. 


The glitches weren’t the only problem players had with the game, though. One of the most controversial things about Cyberpunk 2077 was the sheer lack of content, which had been promised prior to its release. There’s currently set to be a “major, substantial” update in Q1 next year, which could include free DLC, but in the meantime, this fan-made mod might be able to add a bit more to the game that it was lacking.

Here's a little throwback, Cyberpunk 2077's E3 2019 trailer. Ah, simpler times.



If you were ever annoyed that Night City’s metro system has never actually worked, then rejoice. The NCART is now fully in action, complete with 19 stations, fully integrated into the game's UI and controls. Mid journey, you can switch between first and third person camera angles, which is amazing for taking in the sights of the city on your travels.

Once the mod is installed, all you need to do to use it is go to any existing Metro fast travel points, and then interact with the gates to enter the station. Signs will tell you where the next car is headed, and you simply interact with the train to hop on board. On your journey, you can listen to the radio, and even just switch seats with the mouse wheel. 

If you want to try it for yourself, you can install the mod here, courtesy of modder keanuWheeze. Modders really are just the lifeblood of PC games, huh? Skyrim’s community probably wouldn’t be nearly as active if not for the massive modding scene. Todd Howard thanks you, I’m sure. 

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red, keanuWheeze and NexusGuy999 via Nexus Mods

Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, Mods, PC

Catherine Lewis
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