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Best Blade and Sorcery Mods (and How To Install Them)

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Blade and Sorcery is a VR game set in a medieval sandbox. It's full of combat with ranged, melee, or magic. The goal of the game is to use its physics to fight and become the most powerful warrior. Since there are so many classes of combat, there are obviously a lot of different weapons in the game. If that isn't enough for you, luckily, there are plenty of mods as well. Here are the best.

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10. Custom Avatar Framework

The Custom Avatar Framework mod overhauls the NPC characters as you know and see them. It offers much more detail than before. Featuring blood decals and body dismemberment while making them more interactive than before If the vanilla NPCs are too boring for your liking, then this mod might be your thing.

9. Yamato

The game's weapon arsenal just isn't doing it for you, and you happen to be a Devil May Cry fan. Then consider yourself the luckiest Blade and Sorcery player ever. This mod adds Vergil's Yamato and Mirage Edge with all of their abilities and mechanics from the original game.

8. Ice Spell

If you're focusing on becoming a powerful magician in Blade and Sorcery, you can get the Ice Spell mod, which gives you the ability to fire icicles. Upon being hit, the enemies freeze in place, giving you plenty of time to take them down. Not only that, the mod lets you do a variety of things that are perfect for an ice-powered spellslinger.

7. Mystic Hands

The Mysic Hands is not only one of the best, but also one of the funniest mods for Blade and Sorcery. Instead of a regular weapon or spell, it gives you giant hands that let you do plenty of things, including grabbing, tossing, smashing, or flipping enemies off. Not only that, you can also use them to move around, like a grappling hook.

6. Spell Wheel Enhancer

Magic spells are one of the main methods of combat in Blade and Sorcery. While the spell wheel by itself is pretty good, it could always be better. The Spell Wheel Enhancer mod makes it better by increasing the size and optimizing it so that the spells no longer overlap so that you can have more of them on the wheel. It also displays the names of the spells as you hover over them.

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5. Dismemberment

Fighting and taking down enemies is your goal while playing Blade and Sorcery. The game's physics let you slice through enemies on different occasions, but they don't make it that easy, so you don't have to witness too much gore. If you enjoy slicing through enemy limbs, the Dismemberment mod will do that for you. Do keep in mind that this mod might be NSFW for some. The creator of this mod has several other mods that focus on the gore aspects of Blade and Sorcery. All of these mods work together well. 

4. Time Stop Spell

What if you had a mod that could actually stop time? It would create so many opportunities to creatively take down enemies. That is exactly what the Time Stop Spell does for you. You can use this spell to stop time as an enemy approaches you so that you can take them out in a cooler way. You can then toggle it off so the enemy unpauses, running into your weapons. This mod works especially well with throwable weapons.

3. Realistic Blood

The game's physics and mechanics work fairly well, but they are nowhere near as realistic. Perhaps for a good reason, so that the gore is contained. If you do want to make it more realistic, the Realistic Blood mod simulates realistic bleeding from wounds upon being struck by a weapon in the specific location. Do keep in mind that this mod might be too NSFW for some players.

2. Medieval MegaPack

The Medieval MegaPack is a one-stop shop for all your Medieval weapons for Blade and Sorcery. This mod adds more than 300 realistic weapons from European and many other origins. Not only can you use them yourself, but NPCs will also spawn with them randomly. Every weapon has its own custom damage and tier system with high-quality textures that do more damage than the others.

1. The Outer Rim

The Outer Rim mod is a complete overhaul of Blade and Sorcery as you know it. It changes the game into a Star Wars-themed world with everything customized. It's a well-made mod with more than 250 pieces of equipment, completely new maps, fresh NPCs, Star Wars–based weapons, including blasters, and new abilities with a play on space and gravity.

All of these mods are just the tip of the iceberg in the modding world of Blade and Sorcery. There are a ton of other mods for the game that not only reskin and retexture aspects of the game, but also completely change the mechanics and physics of the game. If you'd like to see more for yourself, head on over to Nexus Mods and take a look.

Related: How to mod Blade and Sorcery on Oculus Quest 2

How to install mods for Blade and Sorcery

The steps differ along the way depending on if you're installing the mods on the PC version of the game or on the Oculus Quest 2. You need to:

  • Download the mod
  • Right click and extract the mod using 7zip or Winrar.
  • Paste the unzipped mod inside the Mods folder in the game's directory.
    • For PC: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Blade & Sorcery_Data\StreamingAssets
    • For Oculus Quest 2: \Internal shared storage\Android\data\com.Warpfrog.BladeAndSorcery\files\

Once you've pasted the unzipped mod folders, you can paste them into the Mods folders found in their respective directories. If you go into these directories and do not find the Mods folder, you can simply right-click and create one before pasting the unzipped mod folders inside.

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Rayed Nawaz
Rayed is a fifth-year student of medicine. His gaming journey started on his hand-me-down PlayStation 1. From that to Xbox, and finally to PC. In his free time, he likes to play FPS and open-world games.

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