A umod file extension is related to the Unreal Tournament a 3D action first person shooter multiplayer computer game. A umod file stores installation package with game modification for UT.

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UMOD file extension - Unreal Tournament MOD installation package

What is umod file? How to open umod files?

File type specification:

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umod file icon: umod filetype icon

The umod file extension is associated with the Unreal Tournament computer game. File contains Unreal Tournament MOD (UMOD installer or Unreal Module) installation.

UMOD installers (Unreal Modules) are the native format for Unreal engine's content distribution and automated installation. An UMOD installer is an uncompressed archive of files stored along with information about where those files are to be installed to and about necessary Unreal Engine INI file changes.

In Unreal Tournament is used file extension UMOD for Unreal Modules, in Unreal Tournament 2003 UT2MOD file extension and in Unreal Tournament 2004 UT4MOD file extension. UMOD, UT2MOD and UT4MOD are the same file format the only difference is file extension.

Unreal Module file extension is automatically associated with Unreal Tournament, UT2003, UT2004 after installation process. Unreal installation associates only file extensions, that are used by the current version of the Unreal Tournament.

Installation of the MOD is very simple only double click by mouse on the Unreal Module file. If there is a problem with MOD files association and system doesn't recognize the MOD file, you can use manual installation of the MOD file:

  • Copy the MOD file (for example BallisticV21.umod) to an Unreal Tournament/System folder
  • Run command line and go to the Unreal Tournament/System folder
  • Type: setup.exe install BallisticV21.umod

and the Unreal installator will install your MOD file to the game.

The UMOD archive contains Unreal Tournament animations (UKX), Unreal audio files (UAX), Unreal Tournament static meshes (USX), Unreal Tournament cache files (UCL), Unreal application packs (U), Unreal texture files (UTX).

Unreal Module archive (UMOD file) can be open and extract in a simple utility, that is called UMOD Extractor.

The default software associated to open umod file:

Unreal Tournament (1999) icon

Epic Games, Inc. logoUnreal Tournament (1999)  Microsoft Windows software

Company or developer:
Epic Games, Inc.

Unreal Tournament is legendary first person shooter multi-player computer game with head-to-head multiplayer deathmatches. It is also contains single player mode against computer controlled bots and story.

Help how to open:

You can use the UMOD Extractor to extract files from the UMOD archive.

How to convert:

There is no way how to convert the UMOD archive to another file format. The data in the UMOD archive can be only extract.

List of software applications associated to the .umod file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android etc.)
and possible program actions that can be done with the file: like open umod file, edit umod file, convert umod file, view umod file, play umod file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).

Click on the tab below to simply browse between the application actions, to quickly get a list of recommended software, which is able to perform the specified software action, such as opening, editing or converting umod files.

Programs that can create umod file - Unreal Tournament MOD installation package

Programs supporting the exension umod on the main platforms Windows, Mac, Linux or mobile. Click on the link to get more information about WOTgreal for create umod file action.

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