Show me a popular game that many would easily consider a classic in its own right, and I’m going to show you a title that is ripe for a slew of mods that can dynamically change the gameplay. From Skyrim finally receiving a playable version of the cooperative game to State of Decay 2 showing a little more variety of activities and threats, the mods continue to increase the reach of the beloved games by adding things that the developers did not think about simply not, or alternatively simply did not think it financially viable.
Even Morrowind continues to receive hundreds of mods every month, and the title dates back almost two decades. Popular Souls-Like Game Sekiro Just Received A Mod That Enables Cooperative Play And PvP
So forgive me if I am a little excited by the latest version of the community which is heading directly to feudal Japan in the title soulk Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Shadows can now perish as often as they’d like in a cooperative game mode that sees players go through the long storyline with a friend in tow, or mix up the action by activating PvP mode. With the tough-to-master combat forcing players to switch between attack and defense, critical-moment parries and a wild variety of battlegrounds, this could be the most fun you have ever had in killing your friends.