A lot has changed since the first gameplay demo of Cyberpunk 2077 was released to fans in 2018. Since then, the game has come out – bugs and all – but in its current form, it is unrecognizable compared to its launch version. However, the game launched with a female version of V, who looked completely different from the promotional material. Players were also unable to recreate her appearance using the in-game character creation tool.
This went on for almost 18 months until CD Projekt Red released version 1.5. This update has changed a lot – added new housing options, new missions and new skills. However, the game’s character creator has also been changed, and now for the first time, players can recreate the original look of the female V that became popular when the game first launched.
How to create an original V head model
While the new options have not completely changed the character creation process, a number of new options have been added that allow you to recreate the original V’s facial features.
To do this, select option 22 in each of the eye, ear, nose, mouth, and jaw categories. This will give you the basic look of the character’s face. Then you will need to choose the right hairstyle. Although the exact hairstyle is not yet in the game, it can be found on PC using the “E3 V Textures” mod – you need to select “First Hairstyle” and choose black hair color.
For makeup, select the fourth option in the Eye Makeup category and keep the default lip color. V’s original model also had a few freckles, so add those to your model as well.
How to get V’s original jacket
To complete the original Women’s V, you’ll need to get the Samurai Jacket, the one featured on all the promotional materials. To get it, you need to complete the main story of the game before meeting the Voodoo Boys and complete the M’ap Tann Shroud main quest.
After that, you will receive a notification about the “Chipping” side quest, which involves Johnny’s former partner Rogue. Start this mission and at some point, Rogue will take you somewhere in his car. In the trunk you will find a jacket that provides a number of benefits, including a 5% reputation bonus. Once you receive this item, you will complete the creation of the iconic V from the original Cyberpunk demo.