Best stray mods

Stray is becoming the definitive feline-themed video game. Despite being such a short game, it’s full of colorful characters and intriguing subplots. Stray contains almost all the mechanics you would want from a cat roleplaying game. You can fly, knock things off high shelves, nap, and non-stop meow whenever you want.

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Games are always better with mods, however, and Stray already has some great ones available, including modders putting their own cats into the game. , look no further than the best mods you can find for Stray.


ten A very caricatural Garfield

Now, where could your pipe be? The Garfield – Cartoon Edition mod replaces the playable cat character with everyone’s favorite snarling orange tabby from comics and cartoons.

Not only that, but the modder gave the model an uncanny resemblance to the cursed movie franchise starring Bill Murray. Or, it just became impossible to watch a 3D version of Garfield without thinking about him. Anyway, Garfield mod is one of the most downloaded mods for Stray, so that’s what people want.

9 Choice of litter

The original cat is as cute as it gets, but some variety in looks would be fun if you’re planning a rerun. The Pick Of The Litter mod adds seven new race textures for the purring protagonist.

The mod currently gives you a choice of black, white, brindle, grey, phantom tabby, tuxedo, and brown point Siamese patterns and makes room for other additions. If your favorite feline friend motif is on this list, this is a mod you should add to your game.

8 Photorealistic preset

Everyone loves a good shading and texture mod, and this mod is a cut above the rest for a game like Stray. The Photorealistic Preset mod takes the game’s stunning graphics and visuals a step further, smoothing out some jagged edges in the animation and bringing the colors back into a more natural range.

It’s easier to see finer details in landscapes that increased brightness may have washed out. It also makes dark and dim city lights much easier to watch.

seven Absolute maximum intensity

If you have the PC to handle it, the Maximum Meow mod takes the entire game to infinity and beyond. Ultra realistic graphics and high definition details are the main points of this mod, but it is also a success for some additional accessibility features.

This mod makes the item coding more color friendly and removes a lot of the film grain and motion blur that might otherwise be hard on the eyes.

6 A cat’s perspective

Watching videos from sports cameras attached to cats is no longer enough. It’s time to be the cat. Live your best life through the eyes of a cat with Stray – First Person Mod on Nexus.

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This mod adds a first person camera to the game instead of the over the shoulder style camera used by Stray. This is a great immersive mod if you’re really looking to get inside the mind of a cat as you roam the robotic streets of the city.

5 just because you can

With the power of mods, you can now play Stray in a way it was never meant to be played: as a little bulldog puppy. The Happy Puppy mod gives you exactly that, a happy little puppy to play in place of the protagonist cat.

This is a great mod for a more entertaining replay of the game, but some animations specifically for cats look weird. For example, the fact that you can jump on railings and use them as balance beams like a little potato-shaped dog.

4 A bonus badge

One of the most engaging parts of Stray is spending your time trying to collect all the side quest badges to wear on your vest. It’s a trendy little thing and doesn’t affect your gameplay in any way, but satisfying once you have them all.

The Trans Badge mod gives you the opportunity to make your harness style a little more personal and meaningful. This mod replaces the Outsiders badge you get in the Dead End sequence with a small colored trans flag button.

3 More sparkle for the eyes

The most notable biological trait of the feline family seems to be quite rare in Stray. The Emissive Cat Eyes mod aims to fix this small detail for an extra touch of realism. With this mod, cat eyes become more emissive in low light conditions, mimicking the way real cats seem to reflect light sources with their eyes.

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It’s much more pronounced than the real thing, but you can still appreciate that nighttime cat eye glow. A bit odd in the darker areas, though.

2 much cooler now

The Glasses Mod is one of the simplest mods for the game, and yet it is very tasteful. Now you can have a stylish pair of glasses to wear around town to make your kitty much cooler than everyone else.

This mod is also compatible with color mods, so it can be used with any type of cat you have chosen to change your game with. Now your cat looks ready to read the morning paper before starting its daytime.

1 All cats

Any type of cat you could want is available, at the low cost of having to color it yourself. Chat customization is a two-in-one mod to spruce up the chat model or just switch to a different model.

This mod comes with a few preset recolors, but if you want to make your own beloved cat the star of the show, it will take some coloring. Fortunately, the mod includes very detailed instructions on how to color your own cat.

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