Life sure has changed since the bombs dropped and wiped everything you knew and loved off the map. Your old friends are ash, your house’s resale value has plummeted, and the only things you can naturally rely on are your own untwisted wits. Not to mention some low-down jerks have taken your lovely child and run off with it. It’s time to grab your stim packs and load up your power armor if you’re going to survive in the hellish landscape that was once your Boston home.
Fallout 4 has been a treat thus far, bringing players back into an expansive world created by the one and only Bethesda Studios. It’s not perfect, but it does a good job of immersing players into a next-gen nuclear landscape that players will spend hours exploring. Our own reviewer gave the game an 8.5, stating that the game contains all the fun, but also frustration of earlier entries.
Welcome to the next 100+ hours of your life. Bring Purified Water and clean non-radioactive underwear.
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We’re curating and securing the best Fallout 4 mods we can wrangle up for your journeys. Whether you want to make the wasteland pop just a little bit more or even have the security of your own home before it explodes, we’ll keep you covered. Let us be your stop for that little bit of extra you just might need to push your Fallout 4 experience to the next level. We’ll be sure to deliver as soon as we see something we think you’ll like.
There’s a lot of evidence that points to the idea that Dogmeat wasn’t meant to take up a companion slot and was rather meant to play the part of a second and more tertiary companion like ED-E from Fallout: New Vegas or Dogmeat from the original Fallout game, but it doesn’t stop the game from sending your other friends home when you have him on board. Foul says this modder and they offer us a wonderful solution. With this mod, Dogmeat will no longer occupy a follower slot, allowing you to take him and another companion for the ride.
One of the many features from previous Fallout games that didn’t seem to make it to the workbench in Fallout 4 is the ability to take different simple components and craft them into new stocks of ammunition. No longer. This mod brings the forgotten feature back to the table and gives players recipes for every piece of hot lead in the game. Recycle your goods to create less waste!
Getting tired of setting up all the amenities of house and home in your settlements only to find that certain placements of your housing just won’t allow wires to reach from your power generators? Not with this mod you won’t. It ups the distance you can connect powerlines by two or even three times their vanilla counterparts. Never worry of missed connections because of building placement ever again and feel free to spread out a bit if you’d like.
Now this mod is made for the nomad in all of us. It allows players to open workshop mode anywhere in the world that they please. Not only that, but you can move workshops, benches, and power armor riggings, as well as access any scrap or buildable item in the regular world in order to move it around. With this mod, the world will become your lego box, to move, shape, and build as you see fit.
Actually a collaboration of three different modders putting their work together, this mod offers players two brand new and rather sweet outfits for female characters. With new jeans, undershirts, holsters and glasses, you can take on a jacketed or unjacketed approach to give your characters an awesome style they can take into the wasteland with sheer style.
This mod is made for the vault dweller that wants to take their home vibe feels into every habitat they build. It offers a slew of Vault 88 pieces with the intention of allowing players to build their favorite underground riggings into any part of their settlement. Furthermore, it comes with numerous textured styles and interiors to match a variety of player tastes.
Body ink is an art form that has been passed down through numerous generations and has most certainly been passed down to the Fallout universe, but the game doesn’t feature quite as many designs as you might want to permanently mark your characters with. That’s okay. With this mod you can get over 100 more designs and magazines to ink your player up to your heart’s desire. Let your character’s body be the canvas on which you tell a story.
Brahmin have always looked pretty bony. It certainly might have something to do with radiation, having to mouths to feed, perhaps having eight stomachs as a result and having to work that much harder to stay fit for two. Or it might be that they always seem to be eating out of troughs without anything in them but dust, you monster. This mod will admonish you of your crimes against cattle by insuring that Brahmin troughs have plenty of visually good eats in them at all times.
Dismemberment has always been a premier feature of the Fallout universe. It is after all why we get the Bloody Mess perk in every game since the series began. Unfortunately, for most games, you don’t get to see any of that gory glory until you’ve actually killed your enemies. This mod brings a revamp to the system guaranteed to delight the butchers in every Fallout playthrough. It offers numerous stages of violence that allow you to dismember living targets and mutilate their limbs! Is that leg crippled? Not anymore – it’s gone! Arm wrecked? Clip it off with your high-powered rifle. Now this might be a little sadistic, but many of us won’t deny that it’s also bloody fun.
Ready to bring one of the world’s most versatile sidearms into your Fallout universe? You’d better be. This puppy is a wonderful option for any fan of small arms, bringing a full list of customizable options including silencers, semi-auto/auto firing, and caliber upgrades to name a few. Any conventional gunman will enjoy having this option for discreet assassination or full-on firefights.
There are few more powerful and stylish handguns than a Desert Eagle. Unfortunately, Fallout 4 isn’t packing any of these iconic hand cannons. Not without this mod anyways. It adds a special engraved Desert Eagle to your game that uses .50 caliber ammo and features several mods including sights, receivers, flashlights and a conversion option for .44 ammo. Just because Boston is a wasteland doesn’t mean you can’t have nice things that just happen to also sling the hottest of lead.
This is a piece pulled right out of movie history. Fashioned after the trusty firearm of Rick Deckard from the iconic science-fiction movie Blade Runner, this mod adds the M2019 PKD Detective Special to your Fallout 4. The mod maker even had the good sense to place the weapon where you find a certain reference to Blade Runner itself on a rooftop in the Commonwealth! There’s something to be said for the inclusion of such an awesome weapon in such sensible context.
Sometimes the big that matters isn’t actually the biggest gun on the field. Sometimes it can take the form of side piece that packs the wallop of a charging rhino. For the heavy-duty gunslingers out there, we bring you the Rhino M1 Revolver. This three-shot revolver packs .45 ammo, original sounds, and customizable designs. Furthermore, you can mod the weapon to your liking with several different sights. Will yours be the star of the showdown or the long-distance call of the Grim Reaper?
Do you have an absolute love of the Mass Effect series’ top femme fatale, Miranda Lawson? Then heads up, we’ve got one for your tastes. This mod issues replacement models for the human form of Curie and/or Piper that reimagine them with the visage of the lovely Lawson. It may not entirely capture the savoir-faire of Lawson’s wiles, but it will certainly give Piper and Curie a bit more visual flair for any fan of Mass Effect.
Hancock is an abrasive man with a plan, oozing charisma as the strong-willed, yet fair leader of Goodneighbor. Unfortunately, as a ghoul, his skin is as abrasive as his personality and charisma isn’t the only thing he looks like he’s oozing. This mod makes Hancock a much more presentable companion, closer to concept art during his design. He still looks rough and tumble, but there’s also a handsomeness about his model in this form. Heck, even you might fall for the devilish looks of the debonair ghoul.
Ready to put a hot little outfit that will make all the other raiders wonder what the hell they’ve been doing with leather all their lives? The Toxic Raider Armour is a skin tight punk female set that makes a good replacement for the Leather Armor. It comes with armor and accessories that can be upgraded and reworked as you see fit, not to mention some S.P.E.C.I.A.L. bonuses and a nice little poison resistance perk. Invade the Commonwealth with punk rock beauty and show them what a beast you can be.
Just a reminder: Fallout 4 places you in a desolate world full of monsters. Some might be okay with the bright and vivid colors of Fallout 4, but others might yearn for a more dreary, darker, and oppressive tone. This mod tackles the latter, sparing no opportunity to push Fallout 4’s graphical prowess to its extreme and deliver a horror theme along with it. Wilderness, farms, and cities will all look stunning with this mod. To complete the theme, new music is also in the game to build an overall frightening atmospheric experience.
A person’s home should be their castle, should it not? Of course it should! And if you have the means to make that saying just a bit more literal, then why shouldn’t you? We’ve got what you need right here for your Fallout 4 fortress. After crafting an enabling device, you’ll unlock new structural options in your workshop to build the mighty keep that your benevolent (or tyrannical) heart desires.
Do you want an ENB setting that will push the graphical performance of your Fallout 4 experience, but with the added effect of a filter that provides cinematic touches to the game? Then check out this mod. It offers a lens effect that will give your game an authentic movie feel. Air particles, lens flare, and weather effects make this mod a great one to have for movie buffs that want that old school aesthetic in their game.
From the maker of the Milkman mod for Fallout: New Vegas comes an all-new milk wrangling mod for Fallout 4! Now you can milk any brahmin you see in the world as long as you’re not being mauled by a gross raider or a horrible beast! Worried about the fact that there’s less brahmin in the world than fingers on one of your hands? Don’t be! This mod also adds herds of the irradiated cattle to the game for your use.
You took all that time to gather some cool creatures out of the Commonwealth for your own amusement, but when you bring your Yao Guai and Deathclaw together, they try to maul eachother! Can’t we all just get along? With this mod we can. It makes it so your captured creatures won’t become hostile to one another when they’re out of the cages defending your settlement.
For all you historical weapon buffs out there, here’s a little bit of 1930s and 40s German vintage for your weapon collection. This mod reskins and models the regular hunting rifle after the World War II standard issue German bolt-action rifle. All of your regular weapon modifications will attach properly to the weapon too, so no need to worry about bayonets and scopes looking out of place on the rifle.
Do you ever want to make your gardens a much more organized and easy to access situation? Then this mod will lend you the hand you need. It allows for garden plots that can be easily snapped together. You’ll be able to create a grid-like farming space that will be much less jumbled and a lot more coherent on any of your settlements. Enjoy creating the balanced garden of your imagination.
The nuclear remnants don’t have to be the only bombshell in the wasteland. With this mod you get two new retro and pin-up inspired outfits that can be made at any armor workbench. Whether you choose to go with the floral shorts or pin-up pants, you’ll capture that unique style of 1950’s in your character. After all, who wants to wear a stuffy dress, scratchy raider gear, or hulking armors all the time? Get out there and blow them away, baby.
Do you ever tire of the gaudy and bulky gas masks that permeate the wasteland and serve as your only head protection against radiation poisoning? You’re not alone. This mod introduces a new craftable mask into the game, inspired by Institute-style technology. The clear mouth visor, rebreather, and vocal speakers ensure that you’ll have all the protection you need while not being hidden away from the world by an ugly mask, no matter how protective it is.
Do you ever miss the amazing versatility of having cool and different situational ammo that each served a different purpose in your New Vegas endeavors? Isn’t it time you brought your favorite ammos back into the game? Well, this mod will let you do just that. Not only does it allow you to use the armor-piercing and hollow point rounds that most players will be familiar with, but it also offers you a new action which will allow you to change your ammos for any given weapon in the heat of the action!
Is it hot out here in the Commonwealth or is it just you? This mod offers a slew of new skin-tight thermals that can be worn under most armor. Rock a new style that will look sleek and sexy under all of that combat armor or just walk around Diamond City in a style that’s meant to breathe and give more than a little accent to your form.
Are you tired of everything looking faded and fuzzy? Then have we got a mod for you. This mod introduces a much richer color to the world in all forms and sharpens all textures while putting a conscious effort into not murdering your frame rate. If you can appreciate a solid marriage of visual sharpness and performance stability, then this is a great mod to have around.
Ever feel like when you’re in your settlements building, cleaning, and modding, there’s just too much aural clutter around you? Turrets whirring, generators buzzing, and settlers hammering on walls for no reason? If you want to make the settlement just a bit more serene without turning sound off all together, here’s an option for you. It specifically targets these and other settlement related noise pollution and gives you options for lowering it to your preferred level.
If you’re a player that likes absolute control over the creation and proportions of your character that doesn’t just stop at the head, then this is a great mod to have. It lets you customize all your proportions from head to toe and adds additional options for body customization within any given outfit. Make your perfect Fallout 4 character with relative ease.
Settlement builders rejoice! This is mod made entirely for you. It adds over a thousand new craftable and balanced objects to your settlement building menu. You’ll be able to build street lights, new streets, house interior and exterior accessories, new furniture, and more. With so many new options, you’ll be well on your way to creating the post-apocalyptic paradise of your dreams.
If you want to add a little vibrant color to light up the nuclear Boston nights, then this mod might be well worth your time. It adds an illuminated affect to all billboards across the Commonwealth. Nuka Cola, BosCom, and other in-game franchises will be lit in their full splendor and offer a little extra visual flair to your nighttime strolls through Boston.
If you’re interested in living off the land without having to return to settlements after every excursion into the Commonwealth, then this mod is a comprehensive solution. It adds a slew of new craftable camping items that you’ll be able to create tents, lanterns, sleeping bags and a slew of other applicable items that you can carry with you into the wasteland. Each item has complete functional purpose and will serve you well in outdoor survival.
Are you tired of living above ground, naked against the Commonwealth world and it’s problems? Do you envy vaults and wish you could have your own underground shelter, safe and hidden from the elements? Then this mod is your best option. It provides 10 new underground bunkers and shelters to the Commonwealth, each with their own workbench so you can customize them to your heart’s content.
Do you know what’s a bit of a downer in Fallout 4’s new robo-centric DLC, Automatron? The lack of a moddable EyeBot companion. For those of you that long for the days of traveling the Mojave with ED-E, here’s your chance. This mod allows you to change ADA into an EyeBot that can be fully modified and, of course, journey with you on your trips. Might be different AIs, there’s nothing quite like a floating mechanical eye watching your back and frying enemies over your shoulder.
In a true nuclear wasteland, the ecosystem would be shattered and each weather event would be a chaotic possibility. Unfortunately, the Fallout weather effects from Bethesda have only just reached the point where they introduce radiation storms and rain. Is that enough? No, says the True Storms mod! A massive hit on Skyrim, this mod has been ported over to Fallout 4 to allow various heavy and chaotic storms, fog, and particle effects to make your wasteland ecosystem much more dynamic.
Do you ever look at all those amazing legendary stats on your collected weapons and wish you could take that legendary perk and apply it to another more suitable weapon? You’re not alone. This mod will grant you the ability to craft legendary modifications for your weapons, armor, and even power armor. If you find yourself raging at the super mutant killing combat knife in your inventory when there’s a perfectly good power fist in your stock, then this mod is for you.
Armorsmith Extended is a content extension for Fallout 4 like no other. It almost completely overhauls the armor system in the game. Players can now wear any clothing under armor, scarfs and bandanas can be worn under hats and helmets that don’t cover the face, new clothing and armor modification options have been added and new items can be crafted. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If you want the ultimate in armor crafting enhancement for Fallout 4, you want this mod.
The world is a wide place in Fallout 4 and you’re bound to run across a wide range of curiosities in your exploration. Unfortunately, this doesn’t expand to populated settlements where you’re bound to run into the same models fairly quickly. That said, this mod is a good push towards fixing that problem. It adds 70 new lore-friendly models to the settler count, making for 100 possible appearances in your settlements and adding much more variety to them.
Do you ever get a little tired of walking around your settlements and seeing Settlers just named… “Settler”? Then maybe this mod is packing the variety you need. It takes all characters named “Settler” and gives them proper names. It also dynamically assigns unassigned settlers to jobs in your settlements so they’re not just nameless bodies lurking about and taking on space in the world. Everyone will have a name and do their part. Additionally, this mod pairs up great with the Better Settlers mod above.
They were the terror of the Capitol Wasteland and the steel fist of the Enclave. Now, the X-01 Power Armor gets an update with the powerful and quick X-02 armor. The design was made from the ground up based on sketches by the late Adam Adamowicz, who was one of the main concept artists at Bethesda Game Studios before his death in 2012. With this mod, you’ll find this one-of-a-kind armor and homage to Adamowicz in your world for your use and purposes.
An easy-as-pie fix on a rather odd quirk in Fallout 4. When in 1st person view, you hardly ever lower your weapon! It’s not that big of a deal, but it’s silly to think of your characters running around with guns held out in firing position 110% of the time. With this mod, you’ll get an additional animation that lowers your weapon whenever you’re not actively firing it, bringing just a little bit of extra immersion to the game.
For all of the improvements Bethesda has made to active combat in the Fallout series, there’s still no rudimentary option to hide behind cover and take shots at your enemies from around a corner. With this mod, you’ll get a simple addition that brings that exact mechanic into the game. With it, you’ll be able to sprint to objects and hide behind them. Aiming down the sights of your weapon from that position will allow you to lean out and fire. Quite a handy mod to have for those who revel in the active combat of Fallout 4 and want just a bit more out of it.
Have you ever sat there talking to your companion over and over, doing things that get them to like you and trying to guess at exactly when you’ll cross the threshold of their friendship that will net you their trust and lead you to their companion quests? Isn’t it time to take the guessing out of this game? With this mod, you’ll be able to see an actual number anytime you do something that affects your companions. You can now easily gauge their interest or disinterest in you easily!
If you have a high-end machine and are ready to push a big aspect of Fallout 4 to the next level, then pay close attention to this mod. It offers 4K textures for every single weapon in the standard game. They’re not built from the ground up, but rather upscaled from the originals. Nonetheless, compared to the original textures, they still look as slick as the original textures could possibly be.
You’ve built your settlement from the ground up, worked out all the kinks, and maybe even got a few building mods to give yourself the post-apocalyptic city you’re proud to govern, but when it comes down to it, there’s still a problem: Those eyes sores the game calls buildable stores. With this mod you’ll get all the options you need to make your town’s business and trade look respectable.
Do you ever get tired of looking at the same boring orange-red beam coming of out all your laser weapons since Fallout 1? You’re not alone. This mod tackles the problem and brings an entire rainbow spectrum of color options to your laser beams. It will affect the beams, hits, muzzle flash, lights, and impacts, making your lasers a dazzling display of whatever you choose. Don’t just turn your enemies to ash. Dazzle their friends while you do it.
For whatever reason, Bethesda decided not to include critical hits outside of sneak mode when you’re not using VATS. That’s a major bummer, but this mod will fix you right up. It supplies you with a chem that’s easy to make and supplies critical hits to your shots in regular fire based solely on your Luck attribute. Give a little more of roll of the dice to your fire and see if your luck won’t pay off by making your enemies go inside-out on that one magic bullet.
Know what one of the most annoying things in the world is about building a settlement in Fallout 4? Tell me you’re not annoyed with all the trash and unsalvageable debris that sit on the edges or even streets of your present post-apocalypse metropolis. It’s enough to drive a clean freak nuts! With this mod will add a wealth of otherwise unmovable materials to the list of things that you can scrap. Rejoice, be glad, and get to it. You’ve got some cleaning to do.
Did you ever notice that while when cars, Nuka-grenades, and other such nuclear explosions go off they leave behind a radiation trail for a bit? Everything, that is, except for the most obvious applicable weapon in the game: the Mini Nukes. This mod puts back what should be there by making the area of a detonated Mini Nuke an irradiated hot spot for a small window. It’s not much, but it is most certainly the way things ought to be in a righteous radiated world.
Some wastelanders care deeply about their lovely luscious locks of hair and this mod was made with them in mind. This mind introduces 4K texture upscales to all hair in Fallout 4 with the use of Gaussian blue to remove ugly lines. Finally, your Fallout 4 characters hair will have the perfect shine, texture, and body it deserves without you having to dunk your head in a tank of irradiated death!
There’s sort of a problem with Institute weapons in Fallout 4. They look so sterile it’s like they were found at a toy store. With this mod, you’ll get a retexture of these instruments of scientific death to give them the sleek and solid futuristic look they deserve. The weapons get new color schemes, glowing effects, and general clean-ups to make the weapons look battle worn.
Do you feel like you’re wearing parts of a mannequin or a crash test dummy when you put on Synth Armor in Fallout 4? Feel like you’d like something just as sterile, but a little bit more like it would actually protect you in a fight? This mod will offer you a retexture of all Synth Armor that aims at doing just that. Looking like a futuristic fighter shouldn’t mean you have to look like a front end store display.
There’s a lot of hefty explosives in Fallout 4, but is there really enough? Nay, says this mod. It adds a variant of the flare gun which acts as a single round grenade launching pistol. Side arms in Fallout 4 never packed so much punch and powder. The weapon will use 25mm explosive rounds which you’ll also find added to the game with this mod.
Options for doorways in your settlements in Fallout 4 are a little mediocre to say the least. They’re almost nothing but functional for the pathing of NPCs. This mod is a fix to that, adding 11 new parts to wood/miscellaneous building that will allow you to customize and create new doorways that give your settlements an extra bit of authenticity. Just place your doorway and snap it to any combination of frames without any fear of blocking your NPCs off from entering.
There are plenty of cool weapons in Fallout 4 and its a universe in which there’s no lack of inspiration for a wealth of interesting ideas, so it’s a little odd to think that a cool idea for a weapon could be cut from the game. Nonetheless, that’s the case of the Harpoon Gun or it was before a modder discovered the files for it. This mod takes the files of the Railway Rifle and swaps them with the scrapped files from the Harpoon Gun. The gun is fully working and it can take a person’s head clean off and skewer it to a wall in a bubble-trailing line of doom.
All of the liquor bottles in the game have labels, but they’re unimpressive, so this mod makes the labels more elaborate with a sharper resolution. The Nuka Cola labels are unchanged, but the types of bottles that get re-skinned include the Bourbon, Vodka, Whiskey and Wine bottles. The original textures were 1024px, while this mod adds 4K textures, in addition to 2K and 1K.
This mod re-textures the Pip Boy to have a Command & Conquer look to it, and in doing so, also gives it sort of a military feel as well. The logos of various factions will appear in the background while the Pip Boy itself is now an olive green, which has some realistic wear on the paint. The mod requires some pre-installation .ini file editing before it can be used.
This mod makes a small but noticeable improvement, making those medkits look like they’ve actually been through the apocalypse, instead of appearing as if they were just placed there yesterday by the Wasteland Benevolent Society. As the modder states, “Even though the default First Aid Kit is a bit weathered, compared to its surroundings it usually looks almost pristine.” The modder also gives instructions on editing the .ini file before using it.
One of the more frustrating issues with dialog wheels, which became popularized back in 2007 with Mass Effect, is that the brief descriptions can result in actions that were completely different than what players expected. A “Deal with it” option could, for instance, result in the player’s avatar taking a shotgun out and blowing a character away. A new mod changes all of that in Fallout 4 into a Dragon Age: Origins-style numbered dialog tree, with the first sentence of what the actual spoken dialog response actually is.
Some players aren’t satisfied with existing in the year 2272. They’d rather be in the year 40,000, and this mod allows them to at least make their characters look like they just came from the distant future. This mod puts them in the armor of the Vlka Fenryka, otherwise known as Space Wolves. It will replace the player’s T51 armor.
This is a simple mod that will change your Pip Boy’s colors to something a little more 1980’s-ish - that of a Nintendo Entertainment System. It’s not much of a mod, but it does make your Pip Boy more striking while keeping a light grey motif.
This mod takes your basic T60 Power Armor, and gives you the option to look like one of the Templar Knights from days of yore. The reskin affects all models beyond A, and makes you look like you’re going to off to the Holy Land to confront the infidels. That is, if the Brotherhood of Assassins don’t sent Altair to stop you first.
So, you just had a major three way battle with Super Mutants, Brotherhood of Steel and yourself, yet the aftermath makes it look like no one even fired a single shot. This mod changes all that. Now, the shell casings will fly and remain on the ground for a longer while. Up to 1500 shells will now be visible for 10 minutes instead of the normal 25 shells being seen for 5 seconds. The shells, bullet holes and gunfire effects will also be visible from much father away, too.
You know the Silver Shroud missions that has you dressing up like a variation of The Grey Ghost from Batman: The Animated Series? This mod changes the look into something darker and menacing, the Crimson Shroud, turning the dark silver jacket a jet black and the silver scarf blood-red. Now you are the night, and you’re out to menace that superstitious and cowardly lot.
This save file is for all the Breaking Bad fans who would like to see what would happen if Walter White survived the apocalypse in the Fallout universe. The mod starts White off at the Museum of Freedom right after killing all of the bandits inside. This version of White is the early version of the character, before he got his iconic goatee. For those who want to satisfy their inner Cranston, this White is for you.
This is another graphic mod, features two settings. One is called “The Zone” which makes Fallout 4 resemble the world of S.T.A.L.K.E.R., making the colors more sickly and greenish. The other is called “Deep Sea”, giving a bluer tint to the world, resulting in a richer sky, but a paler ground.
One of the complaints leveled at Fallout 4 is that everyone seems to be damage sponges, taking an unrealistic amount of damage and still staying up. This mod increases the damage dealt by weapons by 200%. This mod actually makes the game easier to play, but also far more satisfying as the player feels more like a badass when several enemies drop from headshots thanks to the VATS.
War never changes, and apparently neither do Fallout mini-games. If you’re tired of having to do the same lockpick mini-game over and over again across 3 separate Fallout games, but don’t feel like breaking the immersion by pulling up the command console and cheating your way through locked obstacles, then this mod might be for you. It doesn’t remove perk and skill requirements nor does it skip the mini-game. This mod makes it so you can unlock on a lock simply by pressing right or left during a lockpick. It’s perfect for those who want skip finding the sweet spot for the billionth time, but still want to have the fully in-game interaction of picking that lock.
He’ll need your clothes, your boots, and your power armor. This mod will allow you a character build of Arnold Schwarzenegger based on his iconic appearance in the original Terminator film. You may not find Sarah Conner in the Fallout 4 wasteland, but it’s still quite a sight to see your character with the cut visage of the original cyborg bad ass as you deliver some Skynet terror (or justice).
There sure is a lot going on Fallout 4. With so much happening at once, your poor framerate can take quite a hit in some busy surroundings! Well here’s a little something that should help out. The Performance Enhancer won’t fix all your woes, but by removing a few fog and mist filters indoors and readjusting some plant life outdoors, this mod is sure to grant you a 2-5 FPS increase in most environments. It’s definitely a mod to consider for those who might not have the most powerful of machines to play the game on.
Feeling a little wimpy with the sound effects on your bullet slingers? This mod just might offer you the solution you’re looking for. It replaces the weapon sound effects of several firearms in the game, giving them sounds that pack a much more realistic oomph compared to the little clicks and whistles of the default weapon sounds. Not every gun is covered yet, but the mod is being updated on a regular basis to cover more and more of the guns in the game. Hear the appropriate power of every gun the way it ought to be heard.
This mod is meant to serve as a reliable standard that future modders might use. It strengthens the next-gen effects of Fallout 4 with graphical tweaks like Screen Space Ambient Occlusion(SSAO), realistic lighting, and sharpening effects. It comes out giving the visuals of the game a much more textured and detailed look, but also may serve as a template if you should want to play around with graphical mods for Fallout 4 yourself.
This is a graphical reshade meant to give the textures and atmosphere of Fallout 4 a much better look. It brightens lights and darkens the darker areas to give stark contrast the scenery, lowers saturation, and enhances shadows, as well as giving a few optional tweaks to play around with. Applied properly, this mod brings much sharper feel to the visual immersion of Fallout 4.
If you really loved the film The Book of Eli, then this is the mod for you. Essentially, it automatically changes the Shade settings so that you get a harsher, more depressing landscape, as seen in the film, with sunlight bleaching the land and everything radiating a sickly sepia tone. If Fallout 4 is too optimistic and happy for you, this is the mod to make things more depressing and desperate.
This mod is ReShade/SweetFX Preset. If you think the world looks a bit drab and needs more colour, then this might be the one for you. Enhanced Wasteland gives you a preset that will add much more vibrance to the world of Fallout 4, giving more of a spark of life and beauty to the otherwise lifeless (and sometimes fairly ugly) landscape.
Are you a little put off by the default look of Fallout 4? Then consider this mod. VOGUE ENB - Realism is a ENB and ReShade mod set towards giving you a more atmospheric and immersive experience in Fallout 4. It’s designed specifically with performance and gameplay in mind, so don’t worry about it affecting your frame rate. Take the most beautiful environmental settings you can bring into your adventure through the wasteland.
Why are you locked out of your own house at the beginning of Fallout 4? Who knows, but with this mod you won’t be. This mod allows you to unlock the front door of your house in the intro of Fallout 4 before everything you know becomes the wasteland you’ll explore. Simple for sure, but it ensures that your last thoughts before the bombs drop won’t be cursing how you left your keys inside.
Ever just want to lose yourself in the bright pools of someone’s sparkling eyes? Probably not if they’re from a Fallout game. Eyes in Fallout are regularly dull as can be, but now there’s a solution for that in Fallout 4. This mod gives new textures to your eye color choices in the game, upping the variety of choice and the quality of your character’s eyes in general. There’s even an option to give your characters a blind eye texture if you so choose. Your eyes will be altogether brighter and more lively, not to mention dreamy.
Life can and will get rather messy in the wasteland. People, monsters, and other such jerks have differences and sometimes those differences need the diplomatic resolution only bullets can provide. But do you find yourself thinking that the spilled blood of those who cross you is just a little too clean? Do you sometimes think that person you just decapitated didn’t paint the sidewalk nearly as much as you would have liked? Then consider this mod. It’ll replace textures to really give vibrance to the violent outcomes of your more aggressive conquests. If you’re not into that don’t worry, this mod also grants an option to tone down the blood in the game.
Fallout 4 has some definite glitches and problems and there’s a dedicated group of fellows out there who want to fix them. This isn’t so much one mod as a collection of mods that will allow you to fix some of the most glaring problems of Fallout 4. Changing FOV, getting rid of mouse acceleration, and being able to skip the intro are just a few things you can do right now. Expect updates often as the SOT Team gathers them together in preparation to create a hefty overhaul in 2016.
That’s all for now, but have no fear. Fallout 4 is a huge game with an enormous fan base. More mods are definitely on the way as creators come up with new and interesting additions to this already wonderful universe. When anything of quality comes, we’ll make sure you can find it here. War never changes, but this page will. Be sure to check back and we’ll be sure to hook you up.