For Cyberpunk 2077 lovers who find facing Adam Smasher too easy, a new modification is designed to make the boss battles far harder. We are all familiar with the launch of CDP Projekt Reds Dystopian production, especially how it came with too many glitches to be playable on the previous-generation consoles. After two years, the single-player game has become incredibly fun. Despite the chaotic beginnings, the dev team somehow was able to improve it.

CDPR has clearly put a lot of trust in their IP given the sequel being developed and the upcoming release of Phantom Liberty DLC for Cyberpunk 2077. Fans of Night City have been loving the original game and modding is a great way to build on that experience and keep people entertained. The modding community has really stepped in to provide enhanced gameplay and various custom content to make the experience even better.

A recent instance of this is when Nexus Mods user RalphModding released a mod for Cyberpunk 2077 which was named Bosses Rebalanced. This mod’s intention is to create more difficulty in boss battles for gamers who find them too simple. The information states that Sasquatch, Sandayu Oda, and Adam Smasher have each been granted new health-bars along with some extra enhancements. For instance, Oda has been given a camouflaged cloak which should make it harder for players to anticipate oncoming attacks. Therefore, RalphModding mentions for those who choose to utilize the mod to ensure they are adequately prepared before entering a fight.

Cyberpunk 2077 contains multiple bosses with different attributes. The most familiar one is the Smasher, who V will encounter early in the game but not battle until later. People may see him repeatedly in the game as a reminder that a formidable Arasaka robotics opponent is ahead. In case people found facing him too straightforward, Bosses Rebalanced was made to enhance the experience.

Many gamers, particularly those playing PC, understand how essential custom content is and how hardworking the modding community is. For example, putting in more engaging eating animations to Cyberpunk 2077 and making the city of Night City more hazardous – fans are motivated to upgrade the original edition, no matter how huge it is.

The game Cyberpunk 2077 is ready for use on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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