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15 Best Mods to Try in My Time at Sandrock

15 Best Mods to Try in My Time at Sandrock
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In My Time at Sandrock, you take on the role of the greatest helpful influence in the eponymous town. Between various quests, farming, building, and other activities, the game has plenty to offer. Naturally, you can get even more out of it owing to mods.

It didn’t take long for My Time at Sandrock mods to amass on Nexus. Let’s explore the 15 best mods for the game that will make your experience even better.

Top 15 My Time at Sandrock Mods

15. YTAS—Weather by s1zau

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Weather in My Time at Sandrock is randomized with specific scripted events. This mod by s1zau overrides that randomization, allowing you to create customized weather patterns. If you want complete control over the skies above, YTAS—Weather will help you achieve it.

14. Always Sprint by cruiseliu

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Sprinting is preferable to traditional running in many situations. To that end, Always Sprint by cruiseliu will serve you perfectly. The mod makes sprinting the default mode, allowing you to toggle it off by holding the Sprint key. It’s a small tweak but a great quality-of-life improvement that will become a mainstay of your every playthrough.

13. Restored Dev Console by aedenthorn

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If you want to go deeper into the code of My Time at Sandrock, the developer console will go a long way. The Restored Dev Console mod by aedenthorn does precisely what it says: it restores the developer console into the game, giving you access to a vast number of commands to tweak your game further.

12. SandrockWikia by Aardonyx

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My Time at Sandrock has a myriad of items, and no one would blame you for not knowing all of them by heart. With SandrockWikia by Aardonyx, you don’t have to! The mod allows you to view the wiki page for any in-game item by clicking on the item while holding Ctrl.

11. OpenStorageAnywhere by Quintin

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Sometimes, the simplest mods also count among the most useful ones. This is precisely the case with OpenStorageAnywhere, a mod by Quintin that has its entire purpose in its name. Simply put, the mod lets you access your storage anywhere in the game, and once you try it, you won’t want to play without it!

10. Quit to Desktop by RandyKnapp

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While you can easily spend hours on end in My Time at Sandrock, you’ll also want to exit the game quickly and efficiently. The Quit to Desktop mod by RandyKnapp will let you save your game and exit to desktop at the click of a button.

9. Your Time at Sandrock by s1zau

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Rather than performing a specific in-game function, Your Time at Sandrock by s1zau represents an essential framework that allows many other mods to function properly. Of course, this makes the mod an essential addition for everyone looking to expand their options in My Time at Sandrock.

8. Gifts by OGMods

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Birthdays are a big deal in My Time at Sandrock, even more so than in real life. They’re an opportunity to give gifts to key NPCs and gain favor with them, unlocking special perks and rewards. The mod Gifts by OGMods makes your in-game life easier by unlocking every birthday and gift in the game, as well as showing you what you’ll gain by giving a present to an NPC.

7. Loot Vacuum Tweaks by aedenthorn

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Gathering loot in My Time at Sandrock is made easy with the loot vacuum. You don’t have to pick up every item manually, which is great, but this function could be made even better. That’s precisely what Loot Vacuum Tweaks by aedenthorn does. The mod lets you adjust the loot vacuum speed, distance, and wait time, allowing you to tailor how the vacuum behaves precisely to your liking.

6. Cursor Lock Option by RandyKnapp

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Borderless windowed has been the superior alternative to fullscreen for many games, including My Time at Sandrock. However, this mode loses its advantage if your mouse cursor stays locked to the game screen. With Cursor Lock Option by RandyKnapp, you can decide whether you want the cursor locked or not—a small tweak, but one that can mean a lot!

5. Camera Tweaks by aedenthorn

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My Time at Sandrock is a gorgeous game—as far as we can see. With Camera Tweaks by aedenthorn, you decide what’s on your screen, making the most of the game’s visuals. The mod gives you control over the camera’s radius, height, and zoom, letting you tweak your view precisely how you like it.

4. Lucky Refiner by cruiseliu

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Some mods represent more of a cheat than a quality-of-life improvement, and we could consider Lucky Refiner by cruiseliu just that kind of mod. It refines equipment with maximum stats and superior affixes, giving you the best possible version of each refined item. If you want to bypass the randomness and have superior gear be guaranteed, this is the mod for you.

3. StorageSize by Quintin

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Having too little storage space is such a common problem that you’ll find few games without mods dedicated to solving it. As the name implies, StorageSize by Quintin lets you adjust how big your storage is so that you can fit everything without going through the hustle of inventory management.

2. Free Love by aedenthorn

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This mod sounds a bit spicy, but we can assure you that Free Love by aedenthorn is completely PG. All the mod does is remove the jealousy mechanic, allowing you to romance multiple partners without issues. On second thought, that does seem spicy!

1. MoreGameSettings by Lemon1C

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Rounding up our list, the MoreGameSettings mod by Lemon1C unlocks numerous options for you to tweak in My Time at Sandrock. Some of the settings accessible through this mod include Social Favor tweaks, item and storage box counters, production speed adjustments, and time settings. With this mod in your game, Sandrock will truly become your playground.

This wraps up our list of the top 15 mods for My Time at Sandrock. As a final note, you should check out each mod creator mentioned here since most of them have several useful mods for the game. For more guides and game reviews, visit our aptly named sections— Game Guides and Reviews! And don’t forget to tell us what your mod load order for My Time at Sandrock looks like.

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