These Modding Support Tools include Metadata information and Archive dumps which should help anyone interested in modding the game.
The studio has said that these will also be continuously updated alongside the game itself.
Official Cyberpunk Modding Tools
If a game releases on PC, you can almost guarantee that someone is trying to make a mod for it, Cyberpunk 2077 is no different.
Several users have already managed to mod Cyberpunk 2077 with mixed results; the third-person mod really didn't come out as well as expected.
CD Projekt Red have saved modders a lot of time by releasing the official modding tool.
If you're looking for the Official Cyberpunk 2077 Modding Support page, you'll find three things on it.
Cyberpunk 2077 Metadata has been made available, per game release, and is required by some of the popular modding tools being used.
An ArchiveDump and TweakDump have also been included to included everything archived from the game data and any Tweak DB binaries needed for modding.
CDPR Have Always Supported Modders
Although the release has come quite early, given the development issues CDPR is facing at the moment, they have always been shown to support the modding community.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was a haven for modders and CDPR made every effort to make sure they could continue their work well-after the title's release.
WolvenKit, one of the largest modding communities for The Witcher 3, recently confirmed that they were going to continue their support and work with Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 launched December 10 to mixed reviews; Many were critical of the game's performance on PS4 and Xbox One.
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Since then, CDPR has been hard at work introducing stability and bug fixes. The first major update was released on January 22, however, their work is far from over.
The next major Patch for Cyberpunk 2077 is due some time in February 2021.