Cyberpunk 2077
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keanuWheeze

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NexusGuy999

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About this mod

Listen to Radio Stations on foot

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Install:
  • Dowload and install CET
  • Download the mod
  • Extract the folder into your Cyberpunk Game folder (The one containing /bin and /r6)
  • Folder structure should be "PATHTOCYBERPUNK\Cyberpunk2077\bin\x64\plugins\cyber_engine_tweaks\mods\portableRadio\init.lua"

How to use:
  • Set a hotkey using CETs bindings menu to toggle the Radio HUD on and off
  • (Optional): Set a hotkey to quickly toggle the Radio on and off, without having to use the HUD
  • Open the HUD with the previously set Hotkey
  • Use Mouse Wheel up / down (Whatever your next / previous weapon button is) and your Interact Key (Usually F) to navigate up / down           and interact with the HUD



  • Settings (Open CET Console to show):
  • HUD Scale: Change the scale of the HUD
  • Volume Increase in Combat: Change how much the Volume gets increased when in Combat
  • Auto hide HUD timer: Change after how many seconds the HUD hides if it isnt interacted with
  • Disable in Vehicle: Does exactly what it says
  • HUD Interact / Scroll Sound: Toggle the click sounds on / off
  • Default Radio Station: Change what station plays the first time you activate the mod after starting the game

  • Known Issues:

    • Royal Blue Radio and Samizdat Radio are currently not useable
    • Sounds quality is not bad, but also not as good as the vehicle radios
    • When combat music starts playing the audio will get muffled. After the combat music stops playing just wait a bit, the sound will go back to normal over the span of the next minute or so

    Special thanks to psiberx for the awesome GameUI.lua and Cron.luaMing for the CPStyling lib and PerfNormBeast for the Sound Clip Tester