The PC gaming modding community remains active for new games, including both AAA and indie titles. Baldur’s Gate 3 is no different, and you can mod BG3 to your heart’s content, whether you are looking for quality of life (QoL) mods or custom-made content to enjoy once you are done with the original game. Here are our top 15 picks for best mods for Baldur’s Gate 3 that you should try out.
- 1. Baldur’s Gate 3 Mod Fixer
- 2. ImprovedUI ReleaseReady
- 3. Achievement Enabler
- 4. Party Limit Begone
- 5. Lone Wolf
- 6. WASD Character Movement
- 7. Highlight Everything
- 8. Fast XP
- 9. Carry Weight Increased
- 10. Vemperen’s Other Heads
- 11. Vessnelle’s Hair Collection
- 12. Tav’s Hair Salon
- 13. Customizer’s Compendium
- 14. Transmog Enhanced
- 15. Fantastical Multiverse
Best 15 Mods to Try Out in Baldur’s Gate 3
It was extremely hard to make this short selection of mods for BG3, given that there are so many of them to choose from. However, the hardest of choices require the strongest of wills. We’ll show you a little bit of everything:
- Quality of Life mods
- Customization mods
- Game Mechanic mods
1. Baldur’s Gate 3 Mod Fixer
This mod has pretty much earned the “essential” label in the eyes of many BG3 modders. It’s there to fix mod-related stuff for you.
2. ImprovedUI ReleaseReady
If you are one of those players who does not like the default interface (UI), feel free to try out ImprovedUI ReleaseReady. On the download page, there is a video preview, which should help you decide if it’s the right mod for you.
3. Achievement Enabler
If you want to earn achievements while your mods are on, this might be a helpful tool. Works for both Steam and GOG!
4. Party Limit Begone
This mod will increase your party limit to 16 and the multiplayer limit to 8 players. The question of max party members limit increase has been ever-present in the BG3 community, and the answer is currently available.
5. Lone Wolf
On the other hand, if you want to play with one character only, there is a Lone Wolf mod for you.
6. WASD Character Movement
If you do not want to point-and-click and want to immerse yourself more by being able to move your character with WASD keys on your keyboard, try out this mod.
7. Highlight Everything
This mod allows you to have everything you can interact with highlighted with the press of the ALT key instead of just some things shown by the stock/vanilla game.
8. Fast XP
If you are leveling too slowly and want to speed things up, the Fast XP mod is the mod for you.
9. Carry Weight Increased
Because nobody likes to be over-encumbered.
10. Vemperen’s Other Heads
If you want more customization possibilities for the “heads” of your characters, check out this mod.
11. Vessnelle’s Hair Collection
Do you want more hairstyles for your characters? Vessnelle’s Hair Collection might be just the mod for you.
12. Tav’s Hair Salon
If these didn’t cut it (pun intended), try out Tav’s Hair Salon!
13. Customizer’s Compendium
This is one of the most popular customization mods and one of the oldest for BG3 overall.
14. Transmog Enhanced
This article would not have been complete if equipment transmogs had not been mentioned. With Transmog Enhanced, you can alter the visuals of your item.
15. Fantastical Multiverse
We will finish this list off with a bang. Fantastical Multiverse grants over 50 new races.
Check out how to toggle non-lethal attacks in BG3 if you are unfamiliar with the mechanic, which might be useful in some situations.