The mod makes succubus and succubuswitch completely naked in Diablo II Resurrected. Included Druid shapeshifting skills. Works only offline. Credits: milonie.
How to Install Diablo II Resurrected Naked Succubus
- Create a “mods” folder under the root D2R directory if you haven’t made it before.
- Extract the “Diablo_2_Nude_Succubus.7z” file anywhere you want.
- Place the “succubus” folder into the “mods” folder in game’s directory: “Diablo II Resurrected/mods”.
- Go to your Bnet Launcher. Next to the “Play” button will be a cog, so click that and go to “Game Settings”. Click “Additional command line arguments” here, and then type “-mod succubus -txt” in the box above “Modify Install”.
- Click “Done”, and then “Play”.
Note: You can swap between modded and vanilla by adding or removing the argument.
Note: I recommend to play D2 RE in english with mods. Modded Items mostly just have english names coded so if you play in a different Language the Item Names may be missing.
For Those Who Want to Add This Mod to Another One:
You can’t use more than 1 mpq at a time. If you have multiple mods, they need to be combined together manually.
In “C:\Users\<User>\Saved Games\Diablo II Resurrected\” there should be a “mods” folder, and inside that another folder with your mod that was previously installed. You’ll use it as a base mod. For example, its name is “XXXX” without quotes.
- Explore the contents of mods that you want to merge. Make sure that the mods are not changing the same files otherwise only the changes of one mod will be active.
- Go to the “succubus\succubus.mpq” directory and copy the “data” folder to the “C:\Program Files (x86)\Diablo II Resurrected\mods\XXXX\XXXX.mpq” folder. Overwrite as necessary.
- Get in your Bnet Launcher: Gamesettings. Click on “Additional Command Line Arguments” and add: “-mod XXXX -txt” without quotes in the target line.
Note: “XXXX” is your mod’s name.
- Done! Enjoy your updated mod.
Note: If the both mods modify the same file (for example, “states.txt”), you can edit it manually. Use the “states.txt” from your “XXXX” mod as base, and update the relevant rows with data from this mod. Don’t forget to make a backup of that file that you want to change.