Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a pretty polished package considering that it’s not a platform exclusive title, with little no to bugs being experienced. However, since the game has been released on PC via both Steam and Game Pass, as you would expect, the modding community has been active, working away on potential improvements and tweaks that you can install if you so wish.
This guide will take you through the best Wo Long mods we’ve found so you can install a few new additions to your game and enhance your overall experience!
Best Mods For Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
First up, we’ve got a mod that ups the graphics of Wo Long, making it look even prettier, enhancing colours, shadows, and more. The name of this mod is The Way It Should Be Reshade and can be found on NexusMods, a popular and trusted website for similar mods of this kind.
As you can see in the images above, it doesn’t completely revolutionise the experience of the game, but what it does is make enough subtle changes to make Wo Long look that bit more cinematic and more true to life.
Next we’ve got a mod that you may find more useful than a simple graphics change. This mod is called EZ Auto Backup and looks to make your game saving a little bit more flexible.
Since Wo Long auto saves throughout, you might find yourself in a bit of a sticky situation where you’d prefer to reload a previous save file, or if you want to roll back a decision that you now regret. With EZ Auto Backup, you’re able to do this whenever you want making it extremely useful. You’re also able to import another’s save file if you so wish, which is nice if you want to play around with someone else’s build.
Now, for our final choice in this best Wo Long mod guide, we’ve got Remove 30FPS Cap from Cutscenes. This aptly named mod does exactly what you expect it to do - gets rid of that annoying framerate limit on the in-game cutscenes so that if you’re playing Wo Long at a high FPS, you’re not jarred whenever you enter one.
At this current time, this mod is mainly working in the 2D illustration cutscenes and not the ones where your character model is present, but we expect this to be updated to also work in the latter soon enough.