Dragon's Dogma 2
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A mod manager making it easy install and uninstall PAK mods

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The following link is the main entry for the mod manager on NexusMods. Go here for the latest version download, up-to-date usage information, and active post section: https://www.nexusmods.com/site/mods/818

Troubleshooting guide: Read through this if you encounter any problems

Detailed information about the mod manager with several guides: https://www.patreon.com/posts/36745578

You can support me on Patreon if you find my mods and modding tools useful: https://www.patreon.com/fluffyquack

Alternatively, you can support me on ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/fluffyquack

  • Extract the mod manager anywhere (if you're upgrading from an old version, simply extract it over the older version).
  • Run the mod manager once and choose Dragon's Dogma 2 as game.
  • You can drag'n'drop mods in PAK format onto the mod manager window while it's running to copy them to the mod manager OR manually copy mods to "[modmanager]\Games\DragonsDogma2_Chara\Mods"
  • Click on mods in the mod list to install them. Click again to uninstall.

Info for mod creators:
  • Guide on how to create PAK mods for Dragon's Dogma 2: https://www.patreon.com/posts/100042893
  • Note that the modinfo.ini file is optional (and all entries within it are optional too).
  • Mod manager will always check for a "screenshot.jpg" or "screenshot.png" to use as mod preview image even if modinfo.ini doesn't exist.
  • You can add an "AddonFor=ModName" entry to a mod's modinfo.ini if a mod is intended as an addon for another mod and then they'll be organized as a single menu button in the mod list. Replace "ModName" with the exact name for a mod this mod's an addon for.
  • Alternatively, you can add an entry like "NameAsBundle=NameHere" to a collection of mods to organize them into the same menu button. Replace "NameHere" with a name for the collection of mods, and make sure each mod in the collection has the exact name entry.