With these mods, you can make your Satisfactory factory even better.
Even though the base game of Satisfactory has a lot to do and can take hundreds of hours to finish, what could be better than to add some great mods to it? The large modding community at Ficsit Augmentation Database has all kinds of mods for the factory sim, from small changes that make the game more fun to complete rewrites that add new content.
With the community-made Satisfactory Mod Manager, which makes modding easy, you can change your factory-building experience in any way you want.
The Smart mod is like a Swiss Army knife for building factories. With a lot of cool features, you can build the huge factory of your dreams without having to place each machine, merger, and foundation piece by piece.
As you may have seen in the later levels of Satisfactory, the factories get bigger and bigger. Smart is one way, if not the best way, to take on this challenge without going crazy while placing hundreds of machines. Also, half the fun should be finding and fixing design flaws and making things work better.
If you felt like you didn’t have enough power options in Satisfactory, the Refined Power mod gives you more, from windmills in the early game to Dyson Sphere and Arc reactors in the late game. Power options can be limited, so having a lot of them is a reward in and of itself.
The first few hours in Satisfactory can be slow because you have to keep refueling the Biomass burners. Upkeep is a pain in the beginning, but we all get used to it over time. With Refined Power, you can use wind and water turbines to get by until you can use coal power.
MK Plus and the mod that came before it, MK++, solve a problem that every pioneer faces in the middle to late game: the need to build a lot of smelters, constructors, assemblers, and other machines to feed a certain production line.
This mod cuts this number by a huge amount by adding new machines with higher production that are balanced by making them use more energy and cost more to build. If you’re having trouble with frame rates late in the game, this mod could be just what you need.
Has using Massage-2(A-resources B)b’s made you feel bad, or do you just want to play a little bit of a farm sim along with your super-efficient automation empire? Any way you look at it, the Ficsit Farming mod takes care of these needs and worries.
Ficsit Farming adds 14 new machines, dirt nodes, seeds, and fertilizers that are used for farming to the game. There are even features for people who like to raise lizard dogs.
Have you ever wondered why pioneers and vehicles don’t have conveyor lifts like the items do? The Linear Motion mod has a lot of different elevators for pioneers, factory carts, and other vehicles. They also have speed and floor stops that can be changed.
You could make a factory that looks just like the one in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. There are a lot of choices. This mod is perfect if you want a factory that can only be moved through by vehicles.
FICSIT Expert Expansion – FexPan
Some recipes and ways of making things might not make sense at first. The FICSIT Expert Expansion mod changes how things are made and gives players a few different ways to make things. This mod is for people who want a challenging addition to the main game that doesn’t take them too far off track.
FexPan makes changes to the game from the start. Default cables cost more, fuel generators consume more fuel, and oil extraction provides less oil. On the plus side, it gives a lot of other tools and materials that can be used to make up for these changes.
Pak Utility Mod
The Pak Utility mod is basically a toolbox full of all the in-game settings you could ever need to improve the quality of life. (Yes, it also has cheats). You can also set the time of day, fly, turn on creative mode and god mode. And more with Pak Utility.
You just have to type commands into the game’s chatbox. There isn’t much to say about Pak Utility, except. That it has been a useful and reliable tool for Satisfactory since the game’s first mods.
Repetitive construction is a nightmare. If you aren’t careful and build them in an odd way, they can be even more tempting. The Factory Skyline mod is a great gift for anyone. Who is sick of doing the same thing for hours on end. It lets you copy and paste whole builds, including the pipes, to another place.
You no longer have to worry about making a building off-center by accident or lose track of time while building a highway halfway around the world. It’s the best way to speed up the process of building the biggest factories ever seen in the shortest amount of time. Build bigger and build faster.
As a stand-alone mod, Satisfactory Plus can change everything about how you play Satisfactory. It changes almost every recipe and building cost in 8 Ball Pool game, and it adds new buildings, mechanics, and production lines. If you liked the Refined Power mod, you’ll like how Satisfactory Plus uses it to make power.
If you thought you were good at Satisfactory, this mod will give you some good problems to solve. Build a new factory by using your problem-solving skills. The factory must grow, after all.
If setting up hundreds of power poles across the whole map of Satisfactory seemed like too much work. The Microwave Power mod lets you send power wirelessly across the map. In Tiers 6 and 8, you can boost your production by using relay towers, power converters, and even a satellite in orbit.
If you think that’s too dishonest, don’t worry! The people who made this mod made sure that wireless power was balanced by adding new buildings. Such as converters, towers, uplinks, downlinks, and a satellite that you build in stages.