Top 20 Best The Outer Worlds Mods


The Outer Worlds, one of Bethesda’s recent releases, for me, is a solid 7.5/10 at best. It’s really genre-defining like their previous releases, but it’s an okayish RPG that’s set in, well, the outer worlds. It’s just like sci-fi Skyrim, to be honest. Anyway, here are the best compilation of The Outer Worlds mods you’ll definitely need to install for a better overall gaming experience. 

Basic Texture Replacing Guide


Gameversion: CB 1.7.2-R0.3

It’s not really mod or anything like that, it’s more of a guide and step-by-step walkthrough on how to properly replace textures without breaking the game. We all know how buggy Bethesda’s games are, this guide will help you to properly mod your game. 


Better ADA Portrait – Jenna Upgrade


Created by: Kchely

We all love ADA, but it seems like Bethesda didn’t. This mod removes the old art and portrait for ADA, giving her proper love and a better look. 


Bigger UI


Created by: Markchill

Hate smaller UIs? Wow, you’re in luck. This mod basically scales the UI to a bigger, fatter version to make sure eyes can at least recognize them. 


Chromatic Aberration Remover


Gameversion: 1.13.2

The Chromatic Aberration option not only slows the game down, drastically decreases the gameplay and adds more unnecessary tasks for your rig. It doesn’t matter if you’re running Linus Tech Tips’ rigs, this mod will help you realize how incredibly ugly that option is. 


Cleaner Outer Worlds


Created by: SpewBoy

Basicallly, the base game is ugly. This mod refines and enhances the mods textures to make sure that each colors schemes are fully distinguishable from most of the game’s palettes and models. 


console loader ASI


Gameversion: 1.15.2

A simple mod that helps you access the console without going through at least 3 to 4 keys on your keyboard. Time is gold. Efficiency is golden. 


Dev-Console Unlock Guide


Created by: MOD by Devalinor – FOMOD by SquishE

Once you’re done with the first guide and the basics of console commands and the lot, you can have this small tool to help you get an advanced guide for all the game’s hidden items and features, gated behind codes and numbers. 


Hardcore – There is no easy way out


Gameversion: 1.5.2

Up for a challenge? This mod is everything but easy. It’s easy, yes, it’s easy to fail and die here. If you’re looking for a challenge, go play FromSoft’s games, just kidding. This is a modified save file meant for players to suffer. 


Item ID Codes


Gameversion: 1.15.1

If you can access the Dev-Console or Console Commands, you can use every ID list in this file to spawn or change numerical values in the game. Basically, it’s a list of cheat codes. 


Layne’s Reshade


A reshade of the game, this mod is basically a better shader compared to game’s base design. Some parts of the game are totally distinguishable and realistically highlighted. 


Ray Traced Realism


Created by: Ettoire

We all know what raytracing can do to Minecraft, now imagine using that feature in this game. Well, you don’t have to imagine anymore. This mod will solve everything that’s wrong in the game, especially in terms of overall graphical design. The RTX will make the less bright and give it a realistic look that’s even more appealing than the base design. 


Reshaded Worlds


Created by: Carinth01

A shader mod that allows you to have that realistic shader quality in the game whilst maintaining the sci-fi look, getting rid of the bright lights of the game, and giving more emphasis on realistic color scheme and quality of the models, lighting, and environment. 


Simple reshade preset


Created by: Hullieverson

A simple shader mod that gives decreases the saturation of colors and removes the “brightness” of the game’s initial colors, giving a movie-like texture and color design on the game’s environment. 


Spacer’s Choice Reshade


Gameversion: 1.16.2

A lighter reshade of the game by tweaking the game’s color mixing and saturation ratio to make a little bit brighter without the blinding colors schemes. 


Supernova Patch


Gameversion: 1.12

A simple mod that allows you to Fast Travel anywhere in the map, save whenever you want to, and force the game to take any kind of desired difficulty, which primarily enhances the gameplay. 


Terraformed ReShade


Gameversion: 1.15.2

The most basic thing I can describe this reshade is that it’s one of those Instagram filters that most amateur photographers are using when uploading their photos. This mod gives a rather darker shade to the game’s bright lights design.


The Outer Souls – Deprived


Created by: Kingo64

If you feel like being a masochist, repeatedly being beaten by the game itself, then this mod isn’t for you. Go play Dark Souls–no, but seriously. This mod makes your game a little bit harder, meaning the AIs have more health, hits harder, and will kill you if you don’t kill them as soon as you saw their shadows. 


The Outer Worlds – Default Game Folder Ini’s


Created by: Kyim

Just a collection of INIs or initialization files, if ever that you have an error in parsing or error in the game, which in turn, corrupts the files. 


The Rocket mouse pointer


Gameversion: 1.12.1

It turns your basic mouse pointer into one of those cool mouse pointers you’ve downloaded from the internet back in 2007 that eternally plagued your personal computer. 


The tweaked Outer Worlds


Created by: Dre__

Basically, what this mod does is to enhance everything via UE4, turning your mere game into a Chad space sci-fi Skyrim. Mostly, the modified values are on the graphics. The gameplay stays the same.