We don't usually get many video games exclusively featuring the most popular celibate sci-fi space monk faction in Hollywood called the Jedi. That's why Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a welcome game and it turned out to be one of the best Star Wars video games ever thanks to how it generously borrowed from the Souls-like genre.
One odd problem the game does have is its rather lackluster customization options and certain gameplay mechanics that are questionable. It's not a perfect game, but that can be remedied if you're on the PC thanks to the bustling modding community of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. To get you started, here are the 10 best mods you can install for better enjoyment. This is where the fun begins!
Updated April 21, 2021 by Sid Natividad: It has been more than a year since EA released Jedi: Fallen Order, a single-player game set in the Star Wars universe. Usually, reports of a sequel would be coming out by now, but that has not been the case. That's why for more of Jedi: Fallen Order, prolonging the game's shelf life with mods is a fun idea. So let's add even more good mods for the game.
Once you have the best lightsaber design possible in the game and you want to do a bit of practice before facing one of the Sith Inquisitors or Vader himself, then having some A.I. punching bags can be a godsend.
It lets you create and customize the lightsaber colors. Now you can have red or even white lightsabers. Heck, you can even make them look like the Darksaber if you want. With this mod, you'll never run out of lightsaber options. Do note that it can run into compatibility problems with mods that also change lightsabers.
Introducing the Skywalker Reshade FX - True HDR. It's a Reshade FX preset that mimics the HDR effect present in some of today's most demanding games. The best part is that it doesn't require HDR-ready hardware and doesn't come with the same performance tax.
It replaces one of the outfits with an armor used by the generals of the Clone Wars, like Obi-Wan Kenobi. It gives Cal a tougher and battle-ready appearance though not exactly best for subtlety. Make sure to wear it during the Vader encounter in-game!
At best, you get two models (representing the army) fire off animations at each other, which is essentially the same in CK3 despite the graphical upgrade. Clicking on the duelling mini-knights will open up another screen which shows you how the battle is resolving in terms of numbers and stats.
As players await the release of the sequel, it may be fun to revisit Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. In the game, players explore a small part of the galaxy following the events of Revenge of the Sith and master Jedi powers as Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis while he is being hunted by Imperial Inquisitors. If players have already beaten the "vanilla" version of the game, it may be a good time to install mods to create a fresh experience.
Many of the best mods for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are cosmetic updates that can make the game feel more realistic for the player. Other mods can change the game's context, making enemies appear as other characters from the Star Wars universe, like Republic Clone Troopers or Sith Shock Troops. Mods allow players to create the experience they want and make the game fresh and interesting for longer than it might have otherwise been. Here are some of the best mods players can download for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in 2020.
The most highly praised and endorsed mods for Jedi: Fallen Order give players a bit more freedom to tweak the story and the characters in the game. The "vanilla" version's customization options can be somewhat lacking, so modders have made up for that with far more options for realistic and exciting character development. Here are six of the best ones.
Several mods for Jedi: Fallen Order replace characters with others from the series. There is one that replaces Cal with Ahsoka Tano, one that replaces Cal with Darth Maul, and this one by Vergilfox which replaces Storm Troopers with Clone Troopers. The Clone Wars mod officially makes the list because, while the others that replace Cal's model with other characters do not change the voice, breaking the immersion somewhat, replacement of enemies does not require a voice change to be immersive.
Some mods do not require placement in the specific ~mods folder and can simply be added to the Paks folder. Players will need to read the description and instructions on each mod to determine which is true for that specific mod.
However, Crusader Kings 3 has managed to become one of their best games, mainly due to how approachable this title really is. The game has quickly shot up in the popularity charts as an incredible grand strategy experience that players can augment with a slew of mods as well. In fact, the most popular mods for this game are total conversions that add a whole different dimension to the series' gameplay. The best mods for Crusader Kings 3 within this context are mentioned below.
Updated on August 10, 2022, by Ritwik Mitra: Crusader Kings 3 is one of the best and most accessible grand strategy games around. Paradox Interactive has done a great job of modernizing the series for new fans to get into the title, with the ingenious use of tooltips and a more streamlined UI helping accomplish the same. Players who want even more from the experience can download a bunch of mods that turn the game into a different beast entirely, with the best CK3 mods of the bunch being mentioned below.
Out of all the conversion mods on this list, this one is perhaps the most vanilla-friendly of the lot. While it doesn't change the layout of the map itself, what it does do is overhaul the system of constructing buildings and researching technology.
For the most part, total conversion mods take place in universes that already exist so that fans can play out their wildest fantasies within this setting. So, it takes a lot of bravery to release such a mod that takes place in a completely original world.
The following breaks down how to best use the new Aspects and Fragments for midgame and endgame encounters. The build is called Blinding Lightning and works for both Chaos Reach and Stormtrance Supers.
To add even more bonus effects to the Arc Warlock build, include Elemental Well mods on the armor. Players will find that this build not only keeps your abilities recharging quickly but can also increase your damage output to make creating Wells and Ionic Traces even more effective. Take advantage of Arc 3.0 and the Elemental Wells system by setting up with the following:
The best part of this build is the utility of how it quickly transfers from midgame to endgame PVE as the benefits of the build remain consistent. This is where you could consider changing to Chaos Reach as the burst damage will still create Ionic Traces as well as taking out tankier enemies with ease over Stormtrance. My recommendation here is to switch to Chaos Reach in the majority of endgame using this build and only use Stormtrance if you are more focused on clearing waves of mobs.
The Cal Customizer might not allow you to create a character from scratch, but it does offer a few ways to change things appearance-wise. This mod gives you 15 hair, 30 eye, and 15 skin colors to work with to give Cal a much more personalized look. You definitely should give it a try so you can make the best Cal of all times.
In-game Mod Recommendations: Speed & Health. While Speed is important for BSF, I originally felt that either an Offense or Speed set could work for her. She has a base Speed of just 156, and I prefer to use Speed mods on toons with a 160-180+ base Speed. While Health does not benefit her kit in any special way, having a high Health stat (and a Crit Avoidance arrow) can be the key to ruining some popular counters in Territory Wars and the GAC for Sith Empire teams.
I dont think that have the Astral Lord Lore or anything like that makes them do more damage but im not sure..but, just like everyother combat art in this game, the mods such as extra damage are like 5% + .2% per CA lvl..so IMO i think that have 2 skeletons and the more damage would end up being better than more skeletons with less damage becasue you will contantly be adding more runes to your nether allegiance..make sense? and my skeletons have never died and i am in platinum..i picked armor for the second and third mods..my skeletons have 12,000 armor, CA lvl is 48. Im lvl 69 and my skeletons are lvl 98.
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Gathering Storm, the new Hunter Super, is the star of the show for Hunter Arc 3.0 builds. And if you want to lean hard into it, then Star-Eater Scales is the way to go. The leg armor Exotic will buff your Super each time you get an Orb of Power, so make sure to have the proper Siphon mods on your helmet. Bring Font of Wisdom and Hands-On (Helmet) as well for the extra Super recharge.
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