Looking for the best mods for Diablo 2: Resurrected? The remaster of the original Diablo 2 has really only polished the way the game looks, so there are still plenty of tweaks that can be made to improve your experience overall. And to prove that point, mods started appearing on both NexusMods and ModDB pretty quickly after the launch of the remaster.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition is happening, and though we aren't too sure when Rockstar Games will drop the remasters, a leaker has managed to uncover the lists of trophies for all three titles. Using "across-the-board upgrades including graphical improvements and modern gameplay enhancements" as well...
Mods can keep a game alive and evolving long after it’s launched, and a new mod for Deus Ex proves just that. The “Lay D Denton Project” is a new overhaul mod for Deus Ex that, simply put, lets you pick your protagonist’s gender. Mods that change one character into...
Shotguns? Boring. Rocket launchers? Who needs 'em. The only thing the Doom guy has ever needed to defeat the legions of hell are two bare fists—and maybe a cheeky kick or two, if Doom II mod Doom Fighters is anything to go by. Released on ModDB over the weekend, Doom...
When it comes to demons, we all love a bit of ripping and tearing – usually in the form of some good old Doom levels. But with the classic FPS game’s fixation on ranged weapons, sometimes we can’t help but wonder, “what if we could do this manually?” Fortunately, now there’s an incredible Doom II mod that lets us do exactly that: beat up demons using Marquess of Queensberry rules.
“I think we’re coming full circle, but mods 20 years ago when I first started are extremely different to what they are today,” says Scott Reismanis, founder of ModDB and co-founder of mod.io. “The major difference is that 20 years ago if you wanted to make a gameplay experience or a piece of content, you pretty much couldn’t.”
Next time you go to replay Deus Ex (which will be within one week, now that I have put the idea in your head), perhaps you'll want to try it with a twist. A brand new mod named The Lay D Denton Project turns JC Denton from a stoic fella into a stoic lady, complete with full voice acting and a script tweaked to fit. Meet the female JC in the trailer below.
Kicking demons off Earth with a generous application of bullets is swell, sure. A bit impersonal though, right? Thanks to this new Doom II mod, the Doomslayerguy can turn hell's residents into pools of blood with his own two fists. Doom Fighters turns yon classic FPS into a third-person brawler where you can uppercut and chuck baddies all over the place. You can snag it right now or just appreciate the excellent biff baffing demon slapping in this trailer.
Almost 14 years have passed since the first time I am joining this website. On my first day with ModDB, this site was my go-to place where I usually found many ambitious mods, especially for GTA: San Andreas, usually taking references from movies like Knight Rider, Back to the Future, with huge passions that the modders almost always claim that they are capable of recreating the movie experience into the game. Sadly, along their way, they, also I, learn that without proper funding and team management, the project will just turn into dusts.
It was only a matter of time. There are two decades' worth of mods for the original Diablo 2, and plenty of reasons to start tinkering with Diablo 2: Resurrected beyond its graphical overhaul and shared inventories. The mods that have started appearing on NexusMods and ModDB are doubtless only the beginning.
Despite launching just a few days ago, new mods have been appearing for Diablo 2: Resurrected on NexusMods and ModDB – only for PC players of course. With the huge amount of mods available for the original Diablo 2, we were guaranteed to see mods for the remaster. But this quickly?
Diablo 2: Resurrected mods are here, but we couldn’t have predicted they’d pop up this soon. As for me? I couldn't be happier. Dozens of Diablo 2: Resurrected mods have already begun appearing across NexusMods and ModDB. From difficulty modifiers to singular-purpose tweaks like hiding your helmet, there's a little something for players of all skill levels — especially those who spent hours tinkering with the original Diablo 2.
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