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CD Projekt Red launches Cyberpunk 2077 PC mod contest

CD Projekt Red invites fans to design their own case mod in the Cyberpunk 2077 Cyber-up Your PC contest.



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CD Projekt Red launches a Cyberpunk 2077 PC case mod competition, with prizes from Alienware, NVIDIA, and SteelSeries up for grabs.

The ‘Cyber-up Your PC’ contest launched today by CD Projekt Red invites fans of upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2077 to design PC case mods using assets from the game.

A panel of case mod experts will select five finalists on May 29 who will have their creations constructed by professional case modders including Niklas Forsberg, MercoMods, and Italian Extreme Modders. A grand winner will be chosen at the contest finale in July.


The top prize is a high-performance Alienware Aurora with a 16-core processor and rare GeForce RTX 2080Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition graphic card. Runners up will also receive goodies from Alienware, NVIDIA, and SteelSeries. Anyone can enter the contest, but they must follow the criteria set by CD Projekt Red.

Cyberpunk 2077 ‘Cyber-up Your PC’ contest criteria

  1. At least one part of the design has to be/include recycled material (for example, an old circuit board as decoration)
  2. The design has to follow one of our style guidelines, feature a megacorporation logo, or a gang logo from Cyberpunk 2077
  3. In Night City, the rich and the poor live right next to each other; make this contrast visible in your design

An official asset pack is available to download and includes tone imagery and iconography from the game. All entries must submitted via the contest website by May 17, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently set to launch on September 17, 2020, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It will also come to Google’s Stadia platform at a later date.

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