Playing a Mod
Guide[edit | edit source]
Downloading a Mod (Workshop)[edit | edit source]
In your Steam Client, go to your Library, then select "Squad" from your games list.
Scrolling down on the Squad game page, you will find the Squad Workshop section. Left click on the "Browse the Workshop" button.
Here, you will find an index of all publicly available mods for Squad. Clicking any mod will bring you to the mods homepage.
To download a mod, left click on the "Subscribe" button. It will change to "Subscribed" to indicate you are now subscribed to updates from the mod author. Then restart Squad.
Force Update a Mod[edit | edit source]
Find the URL for the workshop mod you are trying to force update. The string of numbers at the end is the unique mod ID.
Using Windows Explorer, navigate to
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\393380, and delete the folder that shares the same mod ID as the mod you are trying to force update.
Unsubscribe and resubscribe to force the redownload.
Downloading a Mod (Local)[edit | edit source]
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Squad\Squad\Plugins\Mods directory, if it does not already exist.
Place the mod folder (which contains a Content folder, a <mod_name>.uplugin file, and a modinfo.smi file) into the above directory.
Viewing installed Mods[edit | edit source]
In the Main menu under "Modding" you can view your installed mods. Clicking on a mod will show you further details to the right.
Playing a Mod[edit | edit source]
To play a mod without joining a server, click on the "Shooting Range" button at the top right of the Squad Main Menu. Once you are loaded in, hit the tilde button on your keyboard (default: ~), and type
To play on a modded server, simply join the server in the Custom Servers browser.
If you attempt to join a server with a mod which you have not yet downloaded, you will see the error message "The following mods are missing".