Cyberpunk Edgerunnes: nyukix's Rebecca cosplay shows the marks on her body

Cyberpunk Edgerunnes: nyukix's Rebecca cosplay shows the marks on her body

Cyberpunk Edgerunnes

Let's see this Rebecca cosplay, one of the Cyberpunk Edgerunners characters, made by cosplayer nyukix to show all the marks on her modified body. For those who don't know her, Cyberpunk Edgerunners is an anime series set in the world of Cyberpunk 2077 of which she also shares part of the atmosphere.

As you can see, her costume is made by taking up the main aspects of Rebecca, in particular that of hiding her underwear and the strange marks of her on her body, under a leather jacket.

Great makeup and hairstyle (although the latter would have been better green), really effective in describing the character. The location of the photo seems to be the cosplayer's bedroom. Necessity makes virtue, the ancient sages would say.

Rebecca is a young ex-edgerunner with a razor-sharp tongue and excessive and unpredictable behavior whose purpose in her life is to kill her brother Pilar, with whom she has developed very strong contrasts. She often laughs obsessively while fighting.

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Edgerunners-inspired Cyberpunk 2077 mod finally gives players proper Cyberpsychosis

A Cyberpunk 2077 modder has built a system to instil the dreaded Cyberpsychosis in the player. Warning: there are spoilers for Cyberpunk Edgerunners here!

Over on NexusMods (opens in new tab), a new entry called 'Wannabe Edgerunner - A Simple Cyberpsychosis Mod' was uploaded last week. Taking inspiration from the recent Cyberpunk Edgerunners anime spin-off on Netflix, the mod installs a 'Humanity' system for player character V, where they suffer from Cyberpsychosis if they install too many mods.

'Adds new stat - Humanity, which depends on installed cyberware, Berserk/Sandevistan usages and committed kills,' the mod's description reads. 'Each implant decreases your Humanity permanently while installed, cyberware usages and enemy kills decrease it temporarily so you can restore it after getting 'Rested' effect. You can track your current Humanity value via Cyberware menu screen or with a new widget which will appear above the player's HP bar.'

In short, the mod wants to reflect the horrific side effects of installing too many Cyberware mods, which we see take effect in Cyberpunk Edgerunners' protagonist David Martinez towards the conclusion of the anime. Those who have effectively lost their humanity to Cyberpsychosis can also be found and fought throughout Cyberpunk 2077's Night City (check out our Cyberpunk 2077 Cyberpsycho Sighting locations guide if you've missed them).

The new mod evens adds Neuroblockers, which we see Martinez and other Edgerunners characters use sparingly in several episodes as a way to temporarily prevent the effects of Cyberpsychosis. Just like in the anime though, the Neuroblockers are only a temporary measure for holding the permanent effects of Cyberpsychosis at bay.

Perhaps we'll see more of the Cyberpsychosis feature in the newly-announced Cyberpunk 2077 sequel Orion, which will be in development across three studios in the near future

After the success of Edgerunners and several months of patches - has the world finally forgiven Cyberpunk 2077? 

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