As we've seen with games like Skyrim, Stardew Valley, Resident Evil 2, Rimworld, and countless others, mods can greatly enhance the core gameplay experience. The exact same can be said of Mount and Blade: Bannerlord 2 mods.
Whether you want more detailed characters or you want to fix prices for trade, the Bannerlord modding community has created a whole slew of fantastic utility mods that make the game better in every regard.
This list offers some of the finest and useful mods for Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord, including:
Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord can be a very grindy game. Hence the existence of the Bannerlord Tweaks mod.
Now you can tweak crafting stamina, battle rewards, and party size. You can also increase tournament rewards, make changes to your hideout on the fly, and increase your workshop limit.
There are dozens and dozens of more options, too, making this mod a must-have for any Bannerlord player.
Whether you've been playing Bannerlord for a while or just started, it's no secret that Mount and Blade 2 is packed with tons of dialog. Some of it includes very useful and worthwhile information, but unfortunately, a lot of it defines the word filler.
The Fast Dialog mode lets you speed through that unnecessary dialog (such as minutes-long conversations with peasants). The mod "removes loading screens from interactions with essentially all map interactions."
A "Converse" option is added so that you can speak with anyone if you choose, but now you don't have to wait through any interactions you don't want to.
Leveling your character and your companions can take a very long time. If you'd rather not wait, the Character Export-Import mod speeds up the process. Considerably.
All you need to do is install it, export your characters into a text file, tweak all the necessary skills, and import them back into the game.
Now you can hunt down those bandits without worry or make that trade you've been slowly grinding toward. The world is your oyster.
Being able to edit your character's base skills is great, but what about their appearance? Well, there is a solution for that, too.
The DCC mod gives you powerful tools that can transform your character's body and outfit down to the smallest detail.
The mod allows you to tweak your current characters, as well as new ones, and your characters will age normally -- unless you use the advanced option that allows you to turn your character into a child in armor!
Some weapon and armor prices in Mount and Blade 2 are outrageous. If you want to buy a longbow in the base game, for example, you will essentially need to rob an entire kingdom. That's not to mention the spawn rate for good weapons and armor sets is ridiculously low in Early Access.
Fortunately, this price mod fixes all those issues, including the spawn rate. You won't have to horde your money just to buy a single item. As an added perk, items will appear in almost every shop while using this mod.
Managing trade deals in Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord can take a lot of time, especially if you're dealing with a handful of cities. This mod eliminates the need to trade manually and provides players with a simple auto-trading utility.
You can program it to govern all of your trading operations on its own, freeing you up for more exciting activities like tournaments, sieges, and general mayhem.
Utility mods are great, but graphics mods are just as important, especially when it comes to grand games like Bannerlord.
Though this isn't a full-on ReShade mod, this mod improves many of the game's lighting effects while maintaining performance.
The mod also enhances the game's contrast and tone mapping effects for every part of the game, including indoor and outdoor environments.
Currently, the number of companions you can have in your party is rather small. But when your kingdom grows and expands in all directions, you naturally need more companions to take care of your cities and troops.
This easy-to-use mod removes your companion limit, letting you recruit as many companions as you want.
If you've ever wanted to play Bannerlord (or any Mount and Blade game) as an open-end free-roaming RPG without any obligations to the main story missions, this mod is for you.
The Free Play mod adds an extra option to your game's menu, which enables a free-roam gameplay mode. It can certainly be an amazing experience building your kingdom and doing anything you want in any order you want.
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