This Week In Modding: Gotham Knights Fixes, New Cyberpunk Feature, And More

Gotham Knights might not have launched in the best state, but it’s clearly impressed enough players. This week, most of our round-up is dedicated to the DC game that many consider disappointing, as fans work to fix some of its issues. And uh, appreciate one of its characters.

We also have a hidden Cyberpunk 2077 uncovered by a modder – one that goes a long way to make Night City feel much more alive.

This Gotham Knights Mod Gives The Batcycle A Much-Needed Speed Boost

Even if you haven’t played Gotham Knights yet, you’ve likely heard that the Batcycle is just way too slow. Thankfully, that was one of the first things modders fixed when the game launched, with a mod that increases its speed already available to download. Both accelerating and reversing are faster with the mod, and you can even break immediately rather than slowly crawl to a stop as you do in the vanilla game. On top of all of this, the mod also makes it easier to get around the map as Nightwing, Robin, and Red Hood, making for a better experience overall.

Gotham Knights' Most Popular Mod Removes Batgirl's Cape, Because Of Course It Does

Of course, this mod was also one of the first to be made for Gotham Knights – and it’s still one of the most popular in the game. This delightful creation removes Batgirl's cape. We could be generous and assume this comes out of fear that her cape could get caught in something as she runs around Gotham, but let’s be honest with ourselves – it isn’t. Or… maybe they just really want to appreciate the tailoring on her suit? Specifically… the back of the suit…? Look, I’m trying here. But no, the fans are just horny, I guess.

This Cyberpunk 2077 Mod Unlocks A New Crowd Density Setting Hidden In A Recent Update

The most recent Cyberpunk 2077 patch added a bunch of new features, but one of them went completely unused. A crowd density setting allows you to add even more NPC activity to Night City, adjusting it much like you would a graphics setting. If your PC could handle it, it would go a long way to making the world feel more alive. And now, a modder has unlocked it for all to experience. This fills the sidewalks with more pedestrians, and the roads with more drivers, making Night City feel a little bit closer to its seven-million population. Considering it data for the setting was in a recent update, its possible the feature is coming to console at some point in the future too.

Trombone Champ Players Are Modding In Everything From Linkin Park To Final Fantasy

Trombone Champ has once again proven to be one of the best games for modding out there, as players continue to add in their own custom songs. This ranges from the iconic In The End by Linkin Park, to One Winged Angle from Final Fantasy 7. But the real winner has to be Hey Ya by Outkast. Please, just listen to it. You won’t regret it.

It isn’t just songs that get the Trombone Champ treatment. As we’ve covered in the past, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss’ resignation speech was modded into the game too. There really is no limit to what you can jam to.

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