An overview of how to use CET to create custom mods


In the early days of Cyberpunk 2077 modding, we noticed a lack of discipline and proper use of the SDK provided by CET. So we strongly recommend you read the documentation and understand what is expected of you and your mods.

Getting Started

  • Before you start, it is highly recommended to check out the Modding Resources page

  • If you are using VSCode, make sure to also pick up the CET VSCode extension

💎pageResourcespageVS Code
  • Next, it is recommended to read through the Scripts and Mod Structure page, which gives an overview on how to create a mod / run a single script. It also covers the basic elements of a mod

🎯pageFirst Steps
  • After that, you might want to check out the Scripting API page, which explains how you interact with the games systems and code.

📗pageScripting API
  • Once you've made yourself familiar with how a general mod is structured and how to interact with the game, you might want to read up on the different functions offered by CET itself, such as Events, Keybinds, Overrides and more.

📘pageCET Functions
  • Check out the Examples section for a collection of small example mods and useful code snippets

✏️pageSnippets & Examples

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