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Top 46 best Steam games of all time tagged with Mod, according to gamer reviews.

Title, date, platforms and price Score Rating
5.82
62% 1,575 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Mod is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Mod, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Singleplayer 65%
  2. Action 61%
  3. Multiplayer 51%
  4. Indie 49%
  5. Moddable 45%
  6. Simulation 45%
  7. Shooter 33%
  8. Free to Play 33%
  9. FPS 33%
  10. First-Person 31%
  11. Sandbox 27%
  12. Early Access 27%
  13. Realistic 27%
  14. Physics 24%
  15. Casual 24%
  16. Co-op 22%
  17. Strategy 22%
  18. Adventure 20%
  19. Funny 18%
  20. Sci-fi 18%
  21. Online Co-Op 18%
  22. Survival 16%
  23. Open World 16%
  24. Building 16%

The Mod tag refers to modifications made by players or fans that alter or enhance a game's content, mechanics, or visuals. Mods can be created and shared by the community, allowing players to customize their gaming experience and extend the lifespan of a game.

Mods can take various forms and serve different purposes:

  • Gameplay Mods These mods introduce new gameplay mechanics, change existing rules, add new features, or rebalance gameplay elements. For example, a mod for a role-playing game might introduce a new class or character build option.
  • Visual Mods Visual mods improve graphics quality, add realistic effects, change character appearances, or enhance the overall visual style of the game. This includes texture replacements and graphical overhauls that make the game look more vibrant or realistic.
  • Content Mods Content mods expand upon the existing content of a game by introducing new quests, storylines, items, characters, maps, weapons, etc. These mods offer additional adventures and experiences beyond what is included in the base game.

To install mods and use them in games on Steam, players typically use Steam Workshop, modding tools provided by developers or third-party software specifically designed for mod management.

The availability of mods varies from one title to another. Some games have built-in support for mods while others may require manual installation processes. Additionally, certain developers actively encourage modding communities by providing official support tutorials/documentation for creating and sharing modifications. Here are some notable examples where player-authored mods played an important role:

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim The modding community surrounding Skyrim is extensive. Players have created thousands of mods that range from graphical enhancements and new questlines to total conversion mods changing the game into an entirely different world.
  • Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Even in its early access phase, the community has already created mods to improve graphics, add new units, introduce quality-of-life changes, and much more.
  • Cities: Skylines Players have crafted numerous mods that expand city-building possibilities by adding new buildings, assets for customizing cities, and even tools for creating road networks.

In summary, the Mod tag represents content created by players or fans that modify a game's mechanics or aesthetics. Mods offer players the opportunity to personalize their gaming experiences and can greatly enhance a game's longevity by providing fresh content long after its release. The modding community fosters creativity and innovation within gaming communities while also promoting collaboration among players who share a passion for modifying their favorite games.

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