The year is coming to an end, and now the editors of the ModDB website decided to share its results, dedicated to all kinds of modifications to various games: action, shooters, and strategies. quite old, but still actively supported mods. Moreover, there are many projects related to Star Wars and Mount & Blade among the winners.
The best single mod is Slayers Testaments for Quake (or what will happen if you cross Quake and modern parts of DOOM, adding something new); The best multiplayer mod is Bannerlord Online for Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (new mechanics, items and more, Best graphics – TIE Fighter: Total Conversion (TFTC) for Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance; Best support – Expanding Fronts for Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds ( mod is actively updated nine years after release!) ; “Almost official addition” – Unification Mod – Dawn of War: SoulStorm for Dawn of War: Soulstorm (17 new factions and a good balance at the same time, and the authors are working on a new content); The most historically accurate mod is Between Empires for Mount & Blade: Warband (adds content, mechanics, technologies and systems to the game based on the 19th century); Best adaptation – The Old Realms for Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (more content, magic, other fantasy elements straight from the Warhammer universe); Best unique twist – Mass Effect: Unification for Star Wars Battlefront II (players will become unknown soldiers and fight in large-scale battles in the Mass Effect universe. The mod is not new, but it is constantly updated); The most anticipated mod is Warcraft: Guardians of Azeroth 2 for Crusader Kings III (ideally, should add to the strategy all major factions from Warcraft, change More at Gambling Enthusiasts showed a BioShock Infinite demake in the style of SNES games Operation: Black Mesa to Half-Life is open on Steam Per player World of Tanks from Yekaterinburg sued for cheats.