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Cyberpunk 2077: Weapon Mods and Attachments Guide

Cyberpunk Weapon Mods

So you’ve decided to hop into Cyberpunk 2077? Let me show you around the Cyberpunk weapon mods you can find! All of these mods are able to be found by looting defeated enemies, searching containers, or purchased at Weapon Shops around Night City!

General Weapon Mods

NameEffect
Weaken
Weaken
Hitting a target reduces damage received from them by 20% for 10 seconds
CrunchIncreases damage by 6
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Pacifier
Increases Crit Damage by 8%
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Pax
Renders your weapon non-lethal, allowing you to damage your enemies without killing them.
Increases damage by 6

Pulverize
Increases damage to limbs by 5%
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I like this, this seems like a pretty solid chunk of time for reduced damage, even if it isn’t the biggest damage reduction in the world, it’s still a long period of assistance. I’m curious to know what the cooldown is and how long it will be if there even is a cooldown?

Scope Attachments

NameEffect
E305 Prospecta
E305 Prospecta
-.02% ADS Time
+.66 Range
Hpo Mk.77 Kanone Max
Hpo Mk.77 Kanone Max
-.02% ADS Time
+.72 Range
Mk.8 Clearvue
Mk.8 Clearvue
+.58 Range
MK.2X Grandstand
Mk.2X Grandstand
-.04% ADS Time
+.36 Range
OS-1 Gimleteye
OS-1 Gimleteye
-.02 ADS Time
+.22 Range
Add-Vantage
Add-Vantage
2.5x Damage multiplier when attacking from stealth.
Silencer. Reduces damage by 15%.
Hyakume
Hyakume
Able to change colors based on detected threats
Type 2067
Type 2067
Improves visibility at all times of day
SO-21 Saika
SO-21 Saika
Precise and low-profile
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I think most of these mods are okay at best, most of them don’t really seem to add too much, but I am curious to see exactly how the Hyakume color change works. What’s the range on the detection for the color change? I guess I’ll just have to unlock it and see for myself! Next up, muzzle mods!

Muzzle Attachments

NameEffect
CS-1 Taipan
CS-1 Taipan
2x damage multiplier when attacking from stealth.
Silencer. Reduces damage by 30%.
XC-10 Alecto
XC-10 Alecto
2x damage multiplier when attacking from stealth.
Silencer. Reduces damage by 30%.
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I don’t really understand the difference between these two muzzle mods. They seem like….the exact same thing? I don’t know, maybe I’m missing something, but it looks to be just visual differences between the two.

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Using Cyberpunk Weapon Mods

Unfortunately, mods don’t work the same way that attachments do. Once a mod is equipped, you can’t take it out. You can replace the mod with another, but this will destroy the previously equipped mod, so make sure you’ve got a couple extra copies before you test out a new one. You can get around this, however, by utilizing the crafting Perk “Waste Not Want Not.”

Cyberpunk weapon mods and attachments
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Obtaining Cyberpunk Weapon Mods

The weapon attachments and mods currently available in the game are available for purchase at their respective vendors. If you’re looking for ranged weapon mods, go to a Gun Vendor and if you’re looking for mods for melee weapons, you can find them at Melee Weapon Vendors!

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You can also obtain attachments and mods from looting defeated enemies as well as containers around the environment. So keep a lookout for any spicy mods or attachments you can find! If you’ve got the recipe as well as the required components, you can also craft attachments and mods yourself! This is probably the best way to get yourself attachments and mods especially if you’re investing your skill points into Technical and Crafting!

Well, that’s about all we’ve got about Cyberpunk weapon mods, how to obtain them, as well as how to use them with your preferred weaponry! Let us know what mods you’ve found, crafted, or bought and what you think of them!

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