Favorite Mods to Fallout 4

Getting hyped and nostalgic at the same time!

With E3 ending on a happy note, speculation begins now on WHEN is stuff coming out, instead if just What is coming out. As I covered before, the Bethesda massive hit game Fallout will be introducing it’s successor Fallout 76 later this November. I am a huge Fallout fan going back to Fallout 3 and it’s introduction of the currently mold us fans think of when you hear the name Fallout (If you were into 1 and 2, congrats for being awesome). It wasn’t until later on that I learned that with Fallout games, you can download and install mods to make your game and the journey a whole lot more fun but in new ways. With the new game coming out and people already thinking about ways to personalize it, I look back fondly over the last game in the series, Fallout 4, and more specifically the mods I downloaded for it that ended up being incredible! So here is a look at some of the mods I had for my game that worked out so well.


Project Lunar

by StupidDunmer

This is an interesting one as it was a leftover over a mission-based mod that sent you to a moonbase! There wasn’t a lot to it, mainly because it was abandoned before it was finished. But that is where other mods came in for me. While scrapping just about everything, I just created my own moonbase and had fun just building stuff without pesky mutants or enemies getting in the way. A fun and a great way to just build and not have to worry about things you normally would like defending your new creation or having it full of people you may or may not have wanted. Although not a fleshed out quest, it started as something else and became a creators paradise while bouncy around on the moon!


Woshin’s Immersive Power Armor Garage

by Worsin

Being able to make your own paint designs on the power armor is pretty cool too. Especially when it beats the standard stuff included with the game. While this series of mods gave my system some fits, it still worked out really well in the paint labs. The mod puts in a whole slew of new paint jobs and color designs from Camo, Cyber, Chrome, Color combinations, and a whole lot more. Some of the extensions didn’t come out so well as some wouldn’t even load, but man the stuff that did is amazing!


Radio Mods

This is kind of a cheat and a catch-all. The radio running is a part of the Fallout experience and can break up some of the dead air when there is nobody around to shoot (or clunk on the head if you are into that style), but getting new music and voices on your radio made things all that much more fun and passed the time away as you are building your ungodly tall tower for no other reason than you just can. Everything from radio talk, new music, and even radio plays can be found and most of it will keep you entertained, no matter what you are doing.


Scrap Everything

by Shadowslasher 410

Oh yeah. This mod gets a lot of hype in the Fallout modding universe, and it deserves every bit of it. It is a mod that gives you the ability to scrap things far beyond what the game intended. Trash? No problem, Bodies? yup. Unwanted houses? All good. I literally cleaned out the home base settlement of EVERYTHING with this mod and little patience. If you can build there, you can scrap stuff too and clean up after yourself!

So while many of us wait for the new game to come out this winter, crack open the older game and just have fun!


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