Cyberpunk 2077 is back in the spotlight thanks to the launch of the Phantom Liberty DLC! Well, it’s more than a simple DLC with extra story content. The new update brings a major overhaul to the game’s structure. In fact, Cyberpunk 2077 now looks like the game it should have been at the start. The Cops are now smart and nowhere near their behavior in the 2020 version of the game.
The game brings new systems and structural changes to the story and gameplay. Of Course, we have the extra mission with new story elements and the presence of Hollywood’s start Idris Elba. For those who dropped the buggy release in 2020, this may be the right time to re-visit the game, so what is better than playing this game than playing it on an amazing PC that looks like Cyberpunk?
The Gorgeous Cyberpunk 2077 Casemod
Perhaps, not everyone will be able to build a setup like this. However, we can at least admire the look of an amazing Cyberpunk 2077-inspired PC build with all the fanciness look and powerful specs you may expect! The case mod below is the result of mayhemmodz work and brings an interesting concept to life. We have a gorgeous case that looks like something officially made by CD Project Red. It mixes Yellow and Black colors and has some unique aesthetics that make it look like something official. We have the “Cyberpunk 2077” logo all around the case, and even on the transparent glass cover. As a result, whenever the RGB lights are on, we have a shining Cyberpunk 2077 logo popping out.
The creator of the mod used a case Sharkoon Elite Shark CA300T to give life to this concept. Internally, it boasts an MSI Motherboard Z690 with Wi-Fi. Under the hood, it boasts a 7th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU with 32 GB of RAM. The console boasts an MSI RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio GPU and has 480 GB of SSD storage. It boasts a Silent Storm Watercooler from Sharkoon. Given the specifications, the creator can easily play Cyberpunk 2077 with the highest graphic options.
More About the Phantom Liberty DLC for Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077 had a disastrous launch back in 2020. The game was flooded with bugs and clearly was not ready for the release. Its performance was terrible on the last-gen consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One. We had all sorts of bugs in the game, from game crashes, corrupted saves, weapons and characters disappearing. The behavior of the Police and NPCs was also weird. The troublesome release ended up with a huge wave of players asking for refunds. After months of intense work, developers managed to fix most of the issues. The new DLC tries to revamp the game completely and offer what it was meant to be.