These are the best Baldur’s Gate 3 mods

By Nicholas James


Aug 13, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

Baldur’s Gate 3 has been taking over the gaming world, and there are already mods that can swap up your gameplay in significant ways.

Baldur’s Gate is based on 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons, though it doesn’t include all of the game. For diehard fans of both the tabletop game and its video game incarnation, Larian Studios has baked up day-one mod support for the game.

How to install Baldur’s Gate 3 mods

The best place to get BG3 mods is, as with many games, Nexus Mods is a centralized repository for mods of all sorts for tons of games, and this includes Baldur’s Gate 3. All you need to do is log on and find a mod you want and follow the installation instructions. It’s super easy and can add a whole new dimension to your gameplay.

What are the best Baldur’s Gate 3 mods?

  • 5e Spells: This mod adds tons and tons of spells that are in 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons into the game. These new spells range from cantrips like Green Flame Blade and Booming Blade to ninth-level spells that absolutely warp the game. Want to cast Time Stop, Invulnerability, or even Mass Heal? This mod has you sorted.
  • Tav’s Hair Salon: Named after the default name of “Tav”, this mod allows far more hair customization than the base game. If you couldn’t quite get the hairdo that you wanted from the Baldur’s Gate 3 character creator, Tav’s Hair Salon is here to help.
  • Level 20 (Multiclass): Baldur’s Gate 3 normally caps its players at level 12, but this allows you to go all the way to 20. Level 20 includes some incredibly powerful abilities, so it’s a good idea to try this alongside the 5e Spells mod in order to be able to cast the 9th level spells that the mod adds.


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