The Outer Worlds is Still Going Strong
The Outer Worlds was released one year ago and is still one of the most played games on Steam.
If you are not familiar with The Outer Worlds, it is a single player, action role-playing game that runs on Unreal Engine 4.
The game’s long-term success has been largely due to an overwhelming amount of support from its online community in the form of mods.
These mods range from aesthetic modifications, to entire alterations to the game’s gameplay.
Here are the top 5 mods for The Outer Worlds
The Tweaked Outer Worlds
Some mods are less noticeable to the average gamer, but for gaming enthusiasts they are a must download.
An example of such a mod, is the Tweaks Mod also known as The Tweaked Outer Worlds mod. This mod includes Basic UE4.ini tweaks.
It turns off unwanted graphical effects and settings like mouse smoothing.
All of these settings can be changed, but installing this mod covers most options and makes the game perform much better.
This mod probably should have been included in the original version of the game, which allows you to save anywhere and fast travel anywhere too.
This is a huge time saver and is a must download for those trying to do speed runs through the game.
It also forces you to choose a difficulty level which is great for those players who are looking for a challenge.
The Outer Worlds Mod, Minimal Hud
This mod turns off everything in the HUD except your HP bar, your crosshair, your quest location icon and some essentials.
The mod features zero frames per second loss, and no bans.
This is a great mod for anyone who finds The Outer Worlds HUD to be a little busy at times and prefers a more minimalistic approach.
FPSconfig for Performance Boost
Let’s face it, not everyone can afford a high-end gaming PC or laptop.
For those with lower performing machines, this mod makes The Outer Worlds playable on almost any PC.
The mod configs for lower FPS and is optimal on lower performing GPU’s and CPU’s.
Chromatic Aberration Remover
This is a great visual enhancing mod that removes the chromatic aberration effect from the game.
This annoying visual effect is a problem for most players of the game and removing it adds a lot to the in-game experience.
Use Mods At Your Own Risk
The possibilities are boundless with these mods and they really add a lot of replay value to the game.
Adding these mods changes the gameplay and adds diversity to the already beautiful landscapes in the game.
If you are someone who is just starting the game and does not want to grind through the leveling up process, there is even a mod for starting a character with maxed-out stats in every field.
If you are interested in downloading and installing some mods for yourself, the best way to do this is to head to The Outer Worlds Nexus.
Here you can see the hottest mods to be recently released, along with the most popular mods in the last 30 days and of all time.
This is a great resource for finding, downloading, and installing mods in as safe a way as possible.
Remember, downloading and installing mods can be risky and none of these mods are officially supported by the developers of The Outer Worlds.
Download and install at your own risk
The community made mods in The Outer Worlds really add a lot to the game’s experience.
Be sure to try out multiple mods and see which mod is the best for your play style.
Enjoy the game and have fun with it!