Cyberpunk 2077 new feature

Cyberpunk 2077 gets 4K & 8K textures for walls, roads, vegetation & more

Modders ‘V like tears’ and ‘traitsu’ have released new 4K and 8K textures for Cyberpunk 2077. These new textures overhaul the textures of numerous surfaces, like roads, walls, trees, vegetation, posters and more.

Needless to say that we highly recommend downloading these new textures. After all, these packs seem to be using AI techniques in order to enhance the original textures. In other words, they won’t ruin the game’s aesthetics, even though they will improve its visual quality.

You can download the new textures from here and here. Below you can also find some screenshots that showcase some of the overhauled textures.

Speaking of Cyberpunk 2077, we also suggest taking a look at these other mods. The Rebalance Megamod attempts to overhaul numerous aspects of the game, such as the AI, armors, perks, melee, player stats, weapons and more. There is also an enhanced Photo Mode Unlocker that you can download. Let’s also not forget the amazing Metro System Mod. Furthermore, this mod improves the game’s graphics by increasing the decoration LODs. And lastly, there is a mod that adds a flying mechanism to all cars, as well as these mods that unlock/introduce new explorable areas.


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