Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Mods – The Best SDT Mods

If you are a Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice fan, we scoured the internet to find you these best SDT mods!

By Yamna

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an amazing action-adventure game released in 2019. Developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision, it is a challenging game for people with patience. 

The game revolves around a ninka (shinobi) who goes by the bane Sekiro. Sekiro is out on a vengeance mission against a samurai clan responsible for attacking him and kidnapping his lord. You will carve your own path in the game as you take your revenge.

Some people may find Shadows Die Twice really challenging as the game may seem confusing at first. However, as you get a hang of it, you will get to see what an epic game this is. You will get better at it and definitely have fun throughout!

And to make your experience even more worthwhile, we decided to find you the best SDT mods of all time. Here’s a list of the most exciting SDT mods. 

Top 4 SDT Mods of All Time

1. Shrek The Ogre

SDT mods

Credits: Zullie the Witch

Shrek The Ogre mod is an SDT mod that replaces the Chained Ogre in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice with Shrek, our favorite ogre! During the game, you will come across an enemy called the Chained Ogre. You will run into him when you are out in the open. This mod replaces the Chained Ogre with Shrek. It had to be done, if you ask us. So get your hands on this mod to replace the vanilla ogre with Shrek because he’s the only Ogre we love!

2. Costume Pack Mod

SDT costume mod

Credits: Zullie the Witch

The Costume Pack mod by Zullie the Witch is basically a SDT clothing mod that brings a set of over 25 new costumes to transform your character! Since Shinobi are masters of disguise, this mod allows you to change your appearance and become another character. You can choose to be a monkey, a samurai, a basket-hat man, Genichiro, Nightjar, and other characters. 

The mod also brings NPCs that resemble Emma and other random  characters. How cool, right? It is one of the best costume mods for SDT with highly detailed and textured costumes. Get your hands on it to disguise yourself as another character and surprise your opponents!

3. Vaporwave Set

SDT clothing mod

Credits: Christian Bliss

Vaporwave Set is basically a Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice costume mod that adds vaporwave inspired costume sets into the game. This set includes skin for both swords, as well as the Mortal Blade as Kusabimaru. All of the sets are really colorful and chill. Moreover, there are now kanjis written all over the costumes. For instance, the scarves read “death” and the mortal blade sheath will read “kimi no na wa”.

So if you are a Vaporwave fan (let’s face it, we all are), you need to get your hands on this costume set right now!

4. 27-Hour Puppeteer Ninjutsu

SDT mods

Credits: Tim’s Games Done Hard

The 27-Hour Puppeteer Ninjutsu mod extends the time duration of the puppets created by the Puppeteer Ninjutsu to stay that way for 27 hours! You will need to have the Vault Over and Puppeteer Ninjutsu to create additional puppets in combat. Your puppets will stay that way for 27 hours so you can create an entire army of puppets. Enjoy!

How to Install SDT Mods?

You can install Seriko: Shadows Die Twice mods (SDT mods) easily using the Mod Engine. After downloading the mods, place the mods in the Sekiro directory in the Mods folder. If you don’t already have this folder, you will have to create it after freshly downloading the Mod Engine. 

Once the mods have been placed in the Mods folder, launch the game and the mods will be loaded in game. How simple, right?

Related: Here are our top 6 picks for the best Rain World mods for an adventure-filled playthrough.

Conclusion

So that’s all, folks! We hope this SDT modding guide explains how the mods work in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Go ahead and try out these 4 best SDT mods to make your gameplays more adventurous!

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