Modder ‘Floyd Nexus’ has released an interesting audio overhaul mod for Cyberpunk 2077. According to the modder, this mod overhauls around 800 audio files, and it’s a must-have for those that want a better audio experience.
As the modder said:
“To be more specific on what the mod does, for instance, loud audio on a nightclub will be still loud, but now can now listen what other people are telling you! Combat music is still loud either, less annoying because the difference between ambient music is now acceptable. This list of what I did is still pretty long and depends on each file but don’t forget that the purpose is more to make a proper audio mix than adding polka in the afterlife.”
Now as the title suggests, this is a huge mod (around 11GB in size). So yeah, if you are not annoyed by the game’s poor audio mix, you can simply skip it. On the other hand, if you want a better audio experience, you can go ahead and download it from here. It’s also worth noting that the modder has limited himself to 4db to keep the game’s vanilla feel.
Speaking of Cyberpunk 2077 mods, you may also like the Enhanced Controls Mod. There is also a third-person experimental mod as well as a Realistic Driving Experience mod. Additionally, you can download a trainer that you can use in order to skip the game’s grinding.
Unfortunately, Floyd Nexus has not shared any video to showcase this mod. However, I’ll be sure to update the story once such a video becomes available.
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