The Outer Worlds Mods: 9 Mods That Make The Game Even Better

The Outer Worlds Mods

The Outer Worlds is a role-playing game similar to the likes of Fallout and if you have played any RPG then you might be interested in using mods as well. Here we are going to look into 9 of the best mods that you can use right now.

9 Useful The Outer Worlds Mods To Use Now

The following are the mods that you can download right now:

Tweaks Mod (The Tweaked Outer Worlds)

This mod includes Basic UE4 .ini tweaks. It disables unwanted graphical effects and settings like mouse smoothing. All these settings can be changed in the settings but installing this mod takes care of everything and makes the game a little bit better.

Check out the mod here.

Supernova Patch

This is an optional patch that allows you to save anywhere and fast travel anywhere too. It also forces a particular difficulty which can be useful if you are interested in a challenging experience.

You can check out the mod here.

Reshade Mod (The Outer Shades)

This is a reshade mod that makes all the colors even better. It balances the contrast curve, desaturates and softens the colors while enhancing the overall lighting.

You can check out the mod here.

Minimal HUD Mod

This mod removes everything from the HUD except for your HP bar, the quest marker, the crosshair and some other essentials.

You can check out the mod here.

Disable Intro Video (Skip Startup Splash)

The intro videos can take up some time when you are trying to get into the game but you can skip through them with this mod.

You can check out the mod here.

Better ADA Portrait – Jenna Upgrade

This mod replaces the portrait textures of ADA with better-looking textures.

You can download the mod here.

Amadeus Over ADA

If you do not want to see ADA at all then this mod will replace her with Amadeus.

You can download the mod here.

Bigger UI

If you do not see things all that well then you can use this mod to make the UI bigger than usual.

You can download the mod here.

Better Mouse Cursor

This mod replaces the default cursor with a better HD cursor.

You can download the mod here.

This marks the end of our The Outer Worlds Mods guide. If you are interested in learning more then you can check out our guides on repairing and upgrading armor and weapons. You can also check out our guide on farming Bits fast.