Welcome to QuickMod, a mod manager for Hitman 2. It allows you to store any number of mods, and enable and disable them at will. You can control the load order of mods easily and have as many as you like.
It also comes with a major feature: the Mod Explorer!
The Mod Explorer
The Mod Explorer lets you download any mod in a curated series from within QuickMod.
It also includes a few mods not seen anywhere else:
- Fight Club (by me) deletes all NPC weapons, forcing guards to fistfight you (or T-pose on you).
- A Case Most Peculiar is the second episode of @musicalmushr00m’s Special Assignment Pack, building on the storyline from The New Army.
- Amasia Robbery is a custom escalation made by @Falling_cherry (who has not yet re-created their account), consisting of three levels of increasing difficulty.
You can also access the Mod Explorer online here.
If you’d like your mod(s) included, fill out this form for each of them.
The H2Mod Format
In addition to importing RPKG files and downloading from the Mod Explorer, mods can be added using a new format: H2Mod.
If you’ve ever modded Skyrim or Fallout, you probably know of the FOMOD system, which allows people to select options and variants in a visual installer. This is a simplified version of that.
Effectively, you can define a name, description and image for your mod, as well as any variants (and screenshots of those variants) and QuickMod will handle the installation process for you, automatically using the metadata you provide and prompting the user for which variant they’d like to select.
All mods in the Mod Explorer are distributed in the H2Mod format. Send me a message if you’d like a H2Mod file created for your mod, or follow this guide to make one yourself.
Once that’s downloaded, extract the ZIP file to any folder you like, then run QuickMod.exe. It will prompt you to select your game directory and then ask you a few questions. After that, you can use QuickMod.
If the file gives you a message saying ‘Windows protected your PC’, click ‘More info’ and then ‘Run anyway’. Windows doesn’t like files that haven’t been downloaded by a lot of people, so it sometimes flags them as suspicious.
You can import any RPKG files you like (or H2Mod files if you have any), or download mods through the Mod Explorer.
Enable the mods you want in your game and customise their load order (mods closer to the bottom overwrite those at the top), then click ‘Deploy Mods’, which will apply the mods you’ve selected.
If all goes well, you’ll be given a success message and you’ll be able to play modded Hitman 2!
In Offline Mode, of course.
- Logo by @musicalmushr00m
- Finally, thanks to IO for making Hitman 2