It is hard to talk about VR titles without somebody bringing up Blade and Sorcery. This fantasy-themed game is not only of the most fun games of its kind but also has a ton of potential to be much more than itself with the addition of awe-inspiring mods the player base has produced.
This list of the best Blade and Sorcery Nomad mods includes recommendations for both, the U10 and U11 versions of the game. Most of these include weapon mods and quality of life changes that make playing the game much more fun.
The introduction of VR systems like the Oculus Quest has led to the creation games like of Blade and Sorcery: Nomad which can be played directly through the VR headset.
The Best Blade and Sorcery Nomad Mods for U10
Depending on what version of the game you are playing, the mods that apply to it will differ. Each version has its own set of compatible mods that cannot always be used across different ones.
If you have not updated your game and are wondering which version is better, ask yourself how important mods are to you. While U11 may let you enjoy the latest features, U10 has better mod support at this time.
The following are some of the best U10 mods that you can use to enhance your VR gameplay
Star Wars Lightsabers(U10)
It is no surprise that the Star Wars Lightsabers mod is one of the most popular ones available for the game. Using Lightsabers in VR to fight enemies is a dream every Star wars fan has had and is now one mod installation away from virtual reality.
This mod includes Blue, Red, and Green lightsabers. In addition to the visuals of these weapons, the patch adds idle and stab sounds for these sabers to the game. You can use them in various fighting scenarios and encounters.
This mod adds the rare Darksaber to Blade and Sorcery: Nomad. This saber is known to be an ancient weapon wielded by very few characters in the Star Wars universe. It may not be familiar equipment to a lot of players, but it definitely is one of the better-looking ones.
Just like the Starwars Lightsabers, the Darksaber Mod comes with idle and stab sounds for the saber.
Katana MegaPack Revival (U10) Nomad
Blade and Sorcery’s charm lies in its selection of unique weapons that keep the game fresh. Katana MegaPack Revival expands this aspect of the game with a bunch of high-quality katanas of different types and styles.
The weapons added by this mod have come with a Saya, which can be used to store the Katana and act as a makeshift weapon when needed. The blades introduced through this mod range from short daggers to regular-sized katanas to much bigger swords called Odachi.
The base game’s telekinesis system leaves a lot to be desired. This mod makes a few quality-of-life changes to the game to fix these issues so using it feels like a much smoother experience.
The Telekinesis mod for Blade and Sorcery: Nomad lets you pick up objects much more quickly than you could before. It also improves the range of your telekinetic ability, not only with how far you can pick things up from but even how far you can throw them,
Tactical Weapon Pack – Nomad (U10)
The Tactical Weapon pack mod adds 9 new weapons to the game. Each of these weapons comes with a cool texture and design that makes it resemble tactical gear. This mod features a hammer ax, a machete, a kuri, a shield, and other types of weapons, all of which are playable.
Painful Death SFX (U10) Nomad
If you are tired of the repetitive sounds played when slaying enemies, this might be the mod for you. Painful Death SFX adds new voices and sounds to the game to make knocking out your opponents much more fun.
The mod adds 10 new character sound types to the game. This gives each action 4-8 unique lines, keeping things fresh and preventing you from hearing the same sounds over and over again.
Fast Weapon Handling(U10)(U11 Beta)
The combat of Blade and Sorcery Nomad is remarkable compared to a lot of other VR games. However, it can feel a bit clunky and slow at times, often due to the weapon’s weight.
The Fast weapon handling mod changes these interactions to let you swing weapons much more easily. It even decreases the weight of two-handed weapons so you can use them with one hand if you want to.
Medieval MegaPack (MMP)
Medieval MegaPack adds over 300 new weapons to the game. These models are inspired by real weapons and created with a lot of attention to detail. They are not only visually accurate but also have been modified to work more realistically.
The weapons added by this mod are usable by NPCs and often spawn with them.
Trials of the Shinobi
Here’s a mod for all the Naruto fans out there. Trials of the Shinobi adds some of the most popular weapons used in Naruto to Blade and Sorcery: Nomad.
It features iconic weapons such as Obito’s Gunbai and Hidan’s scythe among many others. It also includes commonly used weapons such as Shuriken and Kunai.
The Best Blade and Sorcery: Nomad Mods for U11
Most of the mods available right now were created for U10, a lot of which have not been updated to be used with U11. A lot of them have begun runnings beta tests for the latest version of the game. However, it may be a while before all of them are available for U11.
In the meantime, here are some of the best mods currently out on the Nexus mods website for Blade and Sorcery: Nomad U11.
Mjolnir – Marvel Avengers – Nomad
This might be one of the best Marvel weapon mods in the game. As stated in its name, it adds Thor’s Hammer (Mjolnir) to Blade and Sorcery: Nomad. This lets you use the legendary weapon in VR, giving you a realistic point of view of wielding it.
The Mjolnir mod comes with unique attacks such as hitting the ground when charged with lightning to electrocute enemies around you. You can also use a lighting imbued hammer to produce a lightning whip.
Spider-Man Mod (Web Swinging) U11
This is another great marvel mod for Blade and Sorcery: Nomad. It lets you use spells to shoot webs and use them to swing in the air in order to give you a realistic spiderman experience.
How to Put Mods on Blade and Sorcery Nomad Mods
You may be able to use Blade and Sorcery Nomad mods without a PC. However, you will need one to install them onto your VR system.
The procedure to install mods for Blade and Sorcery: Nomad depends on the mod you are working with. Most mods require you to follow simple steps while others may get a bit more complicated. If the mod requires you to go through any unusual processes, chances are it will let you know about them in the mod description.
The simple method:
- Download your preferred mod from the Nexus Mods website.
- Connect your VR headset to the PC.
- Open the VR set’s storage folder/drive.
- Go to Internal shared storage –> Android –>Data.
- Open the folder called Com.Warpfrog.Bladeandsorcery.
- Open the files folder followed by the mods folder
- Transfer the mod to this folder
If you cannot see the mod folder, try updating the game to at least version 10.2. Make sure to check for additional instructions given by the producer of the mod.
These mods take the best parts of the game and make them even better. Do you agree with this list of Blade and Sorcery: Nomad mods? Are there any other mods you enjoy using? Let us know in the comments below.