Cyberpunk 2077 NPCs Will Now Send You Nudes

Cyberpunk 2077 NPCs Will Now Send You Nudes
CD Projekt Red

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Joseph Kime

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23rd Feb 2022 10:16

Cyberpunk 2077 just got a big ol' overhaul, much to the delight of the game's long-time defenders. The sci-fi title was launched to a chorus of hate, with the game's bugs and glitches being so frequent and prominent, PlayStation pulled it from its store until it saw some serious fixes.

CD Projekt Red's latest venture was perhaps one of the most hyped in recent memory, and to see it fall so far, so fast, was pretty depressing. But it seems that Cyberpunk 2077 is on the way to making things right.

A huge new update has dropped, bringing next-gen versions of the game as well as a wealth of bug fixes, new content, and quality of life changes. And one of these changes is an admittedly surprising one.

Cyberpunk NPCs Will Send You Nudes In New Update

Well, thank goodness. In a bizarre addition to the game, CD Projekt Red has allowed for NPCs to send players nudes if they get so far along with their romance options. One case has been discovered and shared to Twitter detailing one of the images the player can be sent by Panam Palmer, as V receives a text from them with the caption, "What are you up to? I'm just about to step into the shower, thinking of you…" with a topless photo attached.

The game eggs you on to engage further, offering some daily suggestive responses, including asking if there's room for two in the shower, and another that sees V tell her that "I can tell you're bored".

While the team might be encouraging players here to get a little steamy, CD Projekt Red has come forward to ask players to not in fact engage in sexual activities with one of the game's characters.

Cyberpunk Asks Players To Stop Having Sex With Keanu Reeves

Johnny Silverhand Cyberpunk
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CD Projekt Red has been forced to come forward and ask players to stop modding the game so they can have sex with Johnny Silverhand, the brooding sexy criminal who lives in V's head, played by the ever-charming Keanu Reeves.

 

They had no choice but to come forward in an interview with PC Gamer after the game became inundated with Johnny Silverhand sex mods, asking that "when it comes to the models of real people whom we've asked to participate in the game, we kindly ask you to refrain from using them in any situation that might be found offensive if you don't have their explicit permission." Fair.

Ironically, Reeves himself says he was quite flattered by randy gamers wanting to bang. Regardless, Cyberpunk has become a futuristic pervert's paradise, and now that these nudes have been discovered, we'll bet that players are clamouring to get to know Panam. Touch grass, lads.

 

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