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Top 10 Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mods

Here are my top 10 Dragon's Dogma 2 mods and where to find them.

Besides structural mods like REFramework, there are plenty of other great mod options to enhance gameplay. These are usually quality-of-life fixes or mods that add mechanics or new features. Here are my top 10 best Dragon’s Dogma 2 mods.

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What Are the Top 10 Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mods

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Custom Difficulty Tweaks & Enemy HP and Damage Increase

Dragon’s Dogma 2’s New Game Plus mode is largely disappointing, offering no new challenges or difficulty increases. Essentially, besides discovering stuff you missed, there’s no replayability in terms of facing stronger bosses. Custom Difficulty Tweaks and Enemy HP and Damage Increase fix this issue by providing you with a toolbox of difficulty tweaks to play with. Make your game harder and enjoy either an enhanced base game or NG+ how it should have been.

Infinite Stamina Out of Combat

Even though DD2 fixes some issues with fast travel and tedious walking, there are still some QOL features lacking. Stamina will get annoyingly drained constantly while walking from one settlement to another, especially on cliffs. The Infinite Stamina Out of Combat mod is a huge boon to basic exploratory gameplay. You can speed up tedious parts and run as long as you like. Best of all, it doesn’t break balance since it doesn’t work in fights.

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Early N’ Cheap Art of Metamorphosis & More Hairstyles

Is it so much to ask to have steady and reliable access to cosmetic non-mechanical customization? Sometimes you just want to change a slight detail about your character or your pawn that is ruining immersion. This Art of Metamorphosis mod allows you to access appearance changes whenever you want and for cheaper. Furthermore, the More Hairstyles mod increases your visual customization options with some beautiful NPC hairstyles.

Balanced Combat

Combat is the best part about Dragon’s Dogma 2, and there are a lot of unique and fun skills to use for every Vocation. That said, some are suboptimal, and some are incredibly more powerful than others. To encourage experimentation and skill loadout creativity, the Balanced Combat mod fixes some key issues with skill power balance. It also introduces some quality-of-life improvements that will make regular battles and boss fights much more interesting.

Material Shop

Did you grind non-stop only to find that you’re accidentally missing just one material stack for that upgrade, and you have to go back to farming? End this tedious process with the Material Shop mod, which allows you to buy specific materials from vendors. I just wouldn’t abuse it too much because having access to all materials can ruin your exploration experience if you rely on it too much.

HD Texture Overhauls

HD Texture Overhauls is one of the best graphic mods for Dragon’s Dogma 2. It improves the majority of the textures in the game to look much better than the base game. Among mods of its type, I’d choose this one just for its scope.

Crazy’s Shop

Do you want one all purpose marketplace where you can buy everything you need? Well the Crazy’s Shop mod adds a merchant overhaul to the shops in Vernworth where you can buy important items. From camp kits and Wakestones to Ferrystones and Golden Beetles. I use this mod for the Ferrystones mostly because there are just not that many in the game, and you have to walk a lot if you don’t find them, which can become tedious.

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True Warfarer

My favorite vocation in the game is the Warfarer because you can get so creative in how you set up your skills. The True Warfarer mod offers some quality-of-life tweaks that allow you to preset skillsets for each vocation. Essentially, you can switch to a new weapon and get a specific skill set for each weapon you equip. The possibilities for builds become drastically more creative and fun with this mod, and I highly recommend it for more complex gameplay.

Camera Tweaks & Lock On

The Dragon’s Dogma 2 camera could use some work, and the Camera Tweaks mod is here to provide it. It allows you to get a higher FOV for clarity and removes the weird camera nudge when you start sprinting. Furthermore, I also like combining it with the Lock On mod allowing you to focus in on enemies and tweak some camera settings as well. It also makes the game akin to Dark Souls, which I like. However, if you just want FOV fixes, Camera Tweaks works just fine.

Teleportation

While exploration in Dragon’s Dogma 2 is a key element of gameplay, the limited Ferrystones and Portcrystals turn the mid to late game into a slog. Sometimes, you don’t want to go all over the world just to complete a minor side quest because you used up your Ferrystones. The Teleportation mod solves this issue for the late game by allowing you to instantly teleport to any location with your pawns. Think Skyrim fast travel.

Those are my top 10 Dragon’s Dogma 2 mods. For more Dragon’s Dogma 2 articles, learn how to complete the final quest Halls of the First Dawn.


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