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Cyberpunk 2077 gets a new Deus Ex/Dishonored-inspired Stealth Mod

Modder ‘RMK’ has released a pretty cool new mod for Cyberpunk 2077 that most Deus Ex and Dishonored fans will appreciate, called Stealthrunner.

As the modder noted, the core of this mod is a system that adds stealth-related objectives to every applicable main quest, side/minor quest, gig, and NCPD scanner hustle. The aim is to motivate and reward stealthy gameplay, enhancing the vanilla experience by tracking these objectives as rewarding challenges to complete.

By completing those objectives you get XP, Street Cred, Ninjutsu XP, money, and recipes (depending on the objective). Completing enough of each type also unlocks rewards including perk points. Yes, this mod adds a new all-new stealth-focused perk tree with new abilities.

You can download the mod from here. Below you can also find a gameplay trailer for it.

Lastly, and speaking of Cyberpunk 2077, we also suggest taking a look at these other mods for it. The Rebalance Megamod attempts to overhaul numerous aspects of the game, such as the AI, armors, perks, melee, player stats, weapons and more. You can also download an Enhanced Photo Mode Unlocker. Let’s also not forget the amazing Metro System Mod. Furthermore, the first version of the HD Reworked Project is available for download. And lastly, this mod adds a flying mechanism to all cars, and these mods unlock/introduce other explorable areas.


Stealthrunner Cyberpunk 2077 Mod Trailer

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