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Settings Guide
This is a guide on the Settings in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn each settings available and what they do in the game!

Sound Settings

Dynamic Range

This is where you can change the audio presets for different speaker setups.

Speaker Presets
Studio Reference
Headphones
TV Speakers
Small Speakers
Boost Low
Boost High

Volume

Here you can change the different kinds of volume in thegame, allowing you lower or increase whatever you want!

Setting
Master Volume This is the general volume for all the sounds in the game.
SFX Volume The volume of special effects in the game.
Dialogue Volume The volume of voiceover dialogue in the game.
Music Volume The volume of music during gameplay.
Car Radio Volume The volume of music from vehicle radios.

Misc

The miscellaneous sound settings.

Setting
Mute Detection Sounds Mutes the sound effect that plays when detected by an enemy.
Disable Copyrighted Music Disables any copyrighted music that appears in-game. Perfect for content creators.

Subtitles

Settings that adjust the subtitles that appear in-game.

Setting
Cinematic Displays voiceover subtitles at the bottom of the screen.
Overhead Displays background conversations above NPCs.
Text size Determines the size of the subtitles displayed.
Background Opacity Subtitle background visibility.

Controls Settings (PS4/5)

General Controller Settings

Setting
Controller Vibration Adjusts the level of virbration on the controller.
Outer Dead Zone Adjusts how far you need to move the stick to register maximum input. The larger the outer deadzone, the less you have to move the stick to reach max input.
Inner Dead Zone Adjusts the circular region around the controller stick's neutral position where input is not registered. The larger the inner deadzone, the more you have to move the stick before the cursor/camera moves.

First-Person Camera (Controller)

Camera settings for the first-person perspective in-game.

Settings
Horizontal Sensitivity Determines how quickly the camera moves on the horizontal axis.
Invert Horizontal Axis Inverts controls along the horizontal axis.
Vertical Sensitivity Determines how quickly the camera moves on the vertical axis.
Invert Vertical Axis Inverts controls along the vertical axis.
Zoom Sensitivity Reduction Reduces camera sensitivity when zooming.
Show Advanced Options Displays advanced settings for fully optimizing camera controls.
Advanced Settings
Response Curve Maps raw controller inputs onto curve before applying sensitivity.
Horizontal Turning Bonus The turning bonus applies additional rotation speed when the camera control is fully pressed.
Vertical Turning Bonus The turning bonus applies additional rotation speed when the camera control is fully pressed.
Turning Ramp-up Time Determines the time over which the turning bonus ramnps up to full effect.
Turning Delay The delay before the turning bonus is activated.
Horizontal Turning (ADS) The horizontal turning bonus while aiming.
Vertical Turning (ADS) The vertical turning bonus while aiming.
Turning Ramp-up Time (ADS) Determines the time over which the turning bonus ramnps up to full effect while aiming.
Turning Delay (ADS) The delay before the turning bonus is activated while aiming.

Third-Person Camera (Controller)

Camera settings for the third-person perspective in-game.

Setting
Horizontal Sensitivity Determines how quickly the camera moves on the horizontal axis.
Invert Horizontal Axis Inverts controls along the horizontal axis.
Vertical Sensitivity Determines how quickly the camerea moves on the vertical axis.
Invert Vertical Axis Inverts controls along the vertical axis
Response Curve Maps raw controller inputs onto curve before applying sensitivity.

Gameplay Settings

Accessibility

Settings that help combat gameplay.

Setting
Game Difficulty (Appears in-game) Determines how difficult the game will be. More information on difficulty below.
Difficulty Settings and How to Change Difficulty
Aim Assist Determines how much the game assists your aim in ranged combat.
Snap to Target Allows target snapping when aiming with firearms.
Aim Assist - Melee Combat Determines how much the game assists your aim in melee combat.
Additive Camera Motions This settting reduces the amount of secondary camera movements which may help players who experience motion sickness.
Weapon Sway Determines whether weapon sway when aiming will be applied to the camerae or the weapon's position.

Vehicle Camera

The setting for the camera when in vehicles.

Setting
Height from Third-Person Perspective Sets the height of the camera while driving in third person perspective.

Miscellaneous

Other gameplay settings.

Settings
Tutorials Enables hints in the meny and during gameplay.
Skipping Dialogues "Skip by Line" will skip individual lines, while "Continuesly Skip" wil skip all possible lines as you hold.
Enable Analytics Enables sending anonymous data about player activity.
Photo Mode Enabled Optionally diable Photo Mode to avoid entering it by mistake while playing.

Graphics Settings (PS4)

Basic

The basic settings that can adjust the graphics of the game.

Film Grain A fullscreen effect that imitates image grain on photographic film.
Chromatic Aberration Simulates the refraction of light into camera lens, slightly distorting
Depth of Field Causes distant objects to become unfocused.
Lens Flare Simulates the scattering of light within a lens, causing flares or colorful spots on the screen.
Motion Blur An effect that imitates the impression of speed by blurring objects around you when moving quickly.

Video Settings (PS4)

Display

Settings for the display on the PS4,

Setting
HDR Mode Enable and select one of the High Dynamic Range modes.

Language

This option only appears in the Main Menu settings. For more information on the languages available check out the guide below.
Language Settings and Available Languages

Settings
Audio Set voiceover language.
Subtitles Set subtitble language.
Interface Set user interface language.

Interface

General Options

General setting for the user interface in and out of combat.

Setting
Colorblind Modes Changes to the different colorblind modes available.
Damage Numbers Mode Select how damage numbers are displayed in game.
Sticky Damage Numbers Causes damage numbers to display and stick above the target instead of at the point of damage.
Hit Indicator Displays an indicator and plays a sound when you deal damage to an enemy.
Threat and Damage Indicator Change the appearance of damage (red) and threat (blue) indicators that appear when enemies attack you.

Hud Visibility

Settings for hiding and showing HUD elements.

Settings
Minimap Show/hide minimap in HUD.
Health Bar Show/hide your Health bar.
Stamina and Oxygen Show/hide Stamina and Oxygen bars.
Boss Health Bars Show/hide the Health bars of Bosses.
Background Chats Show/hide subtitles over characters in the background.
Ammo Counter Show/hide ammo counter.
Hints Show/hide hints in the HUD.
Action Buttons Show/hide action buttons.
Activity Log Show/hide activity log.
Crosshair Show/hide weapon crosshair.
Job Tracker Show/hide tracked Jobs.
Johnny Silverhand HUD Elements Show/hide elements from Johnny Silverhand's HUD.

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    • In the crafting screen, would love to see a comparison between what I'm currently equipped with vs what I've selected to craft. In the Inventory screen, I have no idea where any extra weight is without going into each category (weapons, clothes, etc). Please add some sort of weight indicator next to each category so I know exactly where I seem to be overloaded. In the Map, please mark completed items (assault in progress, access points), grey out the icons or something similar?

    • >>[1022]
      Ran into the same problem with Iris not wanting to get in the van (in v1.31) but coerced her into doing it by backing the van up into her. She'll jump out of the way if you try to ram her, but backing up and bumping her teleports her to the side of the van, where she'll get in.

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