10 Best Quality Of Life Mods For Dragons Dogma 2
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10 best quality-of-life mods for Dragon’s Dogma 2

Easy fixes.

Plenty of mechanics in this fantasy RPG can be annoying or difficult to deal with. Luckily, there are many quality-of-life mods for Dragon’s Dogma 2 that can make your playthrough a lot easier, so here are the 10 best ones to try out.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2: 10 best quality-of-life mods

Do not be afraid of excess weight

10 Best Quality Of Life Mods For Dragons Dogma 2 Excess Weight
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Do you find yourself reaching your max carry weight often in Dragon’s Dogma 2? The good news is that there are already mods created to fix this issue, such as Do not be afraid of excess weight.

This is a pretty simple mod that adds a huge weight buff to the Ring of Accrual. This is a ring you can purchase early on in the game, but instead of a small buff to your carry weight, it gives you a buff that can reach +500 max capacity.

Heal by Time

As you go out exploring and fighting enemies in the open world you’ll quickly realize that your party’s loss gauge increases over time, meaning your maximum health decreases. Heal by Time will allow you to gradually heal your loss gauge.

The mod states that at the default setting it takes about six in-game hours to fully recover your loss gauge. This will help you out a lot when you’re not near campfires or inns.

Crazy’s Shop

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Ever thought that it’s tough to find the item you’re looking for and you don’t know which shop holds that specific item? Crazy’s Shop will add tons of important items to all the shops in Vernworth.

This mod adds 255 Camp Kits, Wakestones, Rift Crystals, Ferrystones, Golden Trove Beetles, and much more to each stop in that town. It also restocks after one day.

No Job Requirements

I’ve often looked for a nice piece of armor for my Arisen or Pawn, only to find out that it’s locked to a specific Vocation. No Job Requirements allows all armor and weapons to be available for any Vocation.

Although you won’t be able to use the special skills that come with weapons from other Vocations, you can still use their basic attacks. But now you can wear whatever armor you’d like.

Better UI – Colorful Map Icons

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Do you ever have trouble reading your map and trying to figure out where important places are? The Better UI – Colorful Map Icons mod makes the usual grey icons on your map much more colorful.

It’s a small change, but it makes a huge difference when you can more easily make out map icons just by their colors. It even affects your minimap!

Infinite Stamina Out of Combat

Dealing with a constantly decreasing Stamina bar can be annoying when you just want to explore the world. The Infinite Stamina Out of Combat mod gets rid of Stamina degradation outside of combat encounters.

Stamina can play a huge role in combat, especially with Vocations like Mage. But outside of combat, you’re just using it to run, and no one enjoys having to manage Stamina like that.

Early N’ Cheap Art of Metamorphosis

10 Best Quality Of Life Mods For Dragons Dogma 2 Art Metamorphosis
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No, you don’t have to pay real-life money for this item, but it still can be pricey if you don’t have enough RC. Luckily, Early N’ Cheap Art of Metamorphosis makes purchasing this book to change your appearance cheap and easy to buy.

It only costs 10 gold and you can purchase it from a trader in Melve. This way, you can alter your appearance without having to save up for 500 RC.

Enemy Drop Ferrystone

Another item that’s difficult to come by is Ferrystones. A Ferrystone can teleport you between Rift Crystals, but they cost 10,000 gold each.

The Enemy Drop Ferrystone mod gives a small chance for enemies to drop a Ferrystone. You can choose this drop rate to be either 1.96%, 7.41%, or 14.53%.

DD2 CPU Priority

10 Best Quality Of Life Mods For Dragons Dogma 2 Cpu Priority
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If your PC is struggling to run Dragon’s Dogma 2 smoothly in populated towns and cities, you’re not alone. DD2 CPU Priority simply alters the CPU priority for Dragon’s Dogma 2.

This will make it so there’s a lot less stuttering in cities and towns. It works with both old and modern CPUs, and it doesn’t matter if it’s Intel, Ryzen, or anything else.

Half Weighted Items

This is another mod that can help you manage your carry weight. This time, Half Weighted Items is a mod that halves the weight of every item in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Instead of boosting your carry capacity, it makes items a lot lighter to carry. This is a good alternative to the first mod that affected your carry weight. Or, combine the two (assume there are no compatibility issues) and carry the world on your back.

Once you’ve finished your modded playthrough of this game, you may be inclined to find more games like Dragon’s Dogma 2.


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