Cyberpunk 2077 Will Let You Customise Your Babymakers

GOTY confirmed.

Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077

The gaming industry is balls. First it was Red Dead Redemption 2’s horse balls that probably set the release back by two years, and now it’s Cyberpunk’s turn to let you mess around with human balls — among other things. But they may actually serve a purpose in Cyberpunk.

An ESRB listing for Cyberpunk 2077 goes into plenty of detail on what players can expect when the game launches in September. Mentions of graphic violence (including mutilation) are aplenty, as is drug use and some very bad swear words. Most interesting, however, is the fact that you can customise your own genitals.

From the listing:

“Players can select a gender and customize their character; customization can include depictions of breasts, buttocks, and genitalia, as well as various sizes and combinations of genitals.”

“Combinations” of genitalia is what catches the eye here, as if Cyberpunk will let you choose multiple genitalia — something I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. Games like SCUM and Conan became famous for their “dong sliders”, but it looks like Cyberpunk is taking this to the next level.


Also mentioned is that you will even be able to use this genitalia to “engage in sexual activities with other main characters or prostitutes”, though this should be a given considering the amount of magical sexing that went on in The Witcher.

Personally, I want to know how deep this customisation for genitalia goes in Cyberpunk, as if CD Projekt Red have somewhat lost their minds and giving a Black Desert-esque depth of options.

Can I shape the pubes? Can it wear a hat? Is there an option to adorn it with jewellery, or maybe cyberpunk it up and slaps some lasers and metal on it?

A load of new Cyberpunk news will debut in June, and while it’s unlikely that CDPR will devote a lot of time to talking about peepers and peppers, we can but hope.

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