Using the best Sekiro mods will make your next playthrough interesting. The game’s combat is one of a kind so you will always be coming back to it time and again. But while the combat may be good, you might get bored looking at the same characters or enemies. If that is the case don’t worry, here are the 10 best mods you should use in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice the next time you play this game.
10 Best Sekiro Mods (2022)
Here I have selected 10 mods that will make the game interesting for you in many ways. Not only have I selected the skin mods for Sekiro, but also for some enemies. And there are a few mods that change some aspects of the game as well. Here are them all.
- Sekiro Character mods
- Costume Pack Mod
- Jill Valentine from Resident Evil 3 Remake
- Genji Mod
- Tifa Lockhart from Final Fantasy VII Remake
- YoRHa No.2 Type B (2B) from Soul Calibur VI
- CJ from gta san andreas
- Enemy mods
- Thomas the Snake Engine
- Shrek The Ogre
- Game mods
- Metal Gear Solid Alert Sound
- Sekiro Enemies Die Twice
These mods are NOT ranked from best to worst as each of them is unique in its own way, so they are listed below in random order. Let us take a look at them all:
For the first mod, we have the Costume pack mod by Zullie the Witch. There are many interesting NPCs and enemies in this game. Sadly you cannot play as any of them. But thanks to this mod here are some of the characters that you can play as:
- O’Rin of the Water
- Tengu of Ashina
Genji Mod – Best Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Mod
Ever thought of what Sekiro would be had he been a cyborg? Well, no need to stress out on imagining how he would look like thanks to this mod. This mod replaces the Sekiro character model with Genji from Overwatch. And no matter if you have played Overwatch or not the Cyborg design is so good you will want to give it a try. But in case you have played that game then you will get a treat as this mod also brings the Dragon blade and healing sound effects.
Tifa Lockhart is another fan-favorite character from the Final Fantasy series. She was originally introduced in the game series in Final Fantasy 7. This mod brings her from the Remake of the game and replaces her character model with that of Sekiro.
Loved Resident Evil 3 Remake and Jill Valentine in it? Well, you can now play as Jill Valentine in Sekiro. This mod basically replaces the character model of the One-Armed Wolf with Jill. Gone are the days when you hide from the zombies in Racoon city or escape from Nemesis. It is now time to slay the various enemies in Ashina.
2B is another popular character from the Nier Automata series. The mod is fairly simple as just like the previous mods, this too replaces the Sekiro character model with that of 2B. But what is more to this mod is its customizability. The creator has released several patches as optional files to download. These files let you change the character costume of 2B. And add or remove 2B masks. If you are a fan of the Nier Automata series this is a mod you shouldn’t miss out on.
CJ is one of the biggest and most well-known characters of all time. This character is so famous it even made its appearance as a mod for Stray. So it is no surprise that Carl Johnson visits Ashina. In this mod, CJ replaces the character model of Sekiro. So time to make Ashina the new Grove street.
Thomas the Snake Engine – Best Mods To Use In Sekiro
While we saw plenty of skins for Sekiro, the enemies aren’t far behind. With this mod, you get to replace the Great Serpent with Thomas the Tank engine. Hence the mod name fits really well because of it being Thomas the Snake engine. So for the better or worse you replace one nightmare fuel with another. While Thomas may appear like an unsuspecting friendly train. This mod is sure to add a new perspective about him for you.
Shrek is another one of the most famous and well-known characters of all time. So famous in fact you might have gotten tired at one point seeing all his memes. If that is the case then this mod is for you. This mod replaces the character model of Chained Ogre with Shrek. So if you ever wanted to kill Shrek this mod gives you the chance. But instead of shooing you away from his Swamp. He will prevent you from entering the Ashina castle.
Metal Gear Solid is a series known for its importance of stealth. And stealth is something that is an equally important part of not only Sekiro but other Souls games as well. So why not pay homage to one of the most iconic alert sounds of gaming? That is right this mod replaces the sound and the indicator on the enemies with the MGS exclamation mark and alert sound.
Ever felt bad that you get to revive upon dying while your enemies don’t? Don’t worry, with this mod, even they get a second chance to fight you. So if you aren’t happy with the difficulty of the game, and even ringing the Demon Bell isn’t making the game enough challenging then this mod should do the trick. As the name suggests it makes the game such that you have to eliminate every enemy twice to kill them completely.
That covers the best mods that you should try in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in 2022. If you enjoyed this list and are looking for mods of some other games then be sure to check out our Mods section right here at Gamer Tweak.