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Here’s a List of Some of the Best Fallout 4 Mods
Some well-meaning soul has decided to compile what they think are the best available Fallout 4 mods together in one Google Docs package.
Modding Bethesda games has, at this point, become a time-honored tradition as players attempt to make the game even more off-the-wall or open than it was to begin with.
The mods, which are handily divided into things like Settlements, Textures, Visuals, Companions, Quests, and more, even have a handy little section at the very top of the list that tells you what you need to install on your computer before you can start putting mods onto the game.
Unfortunately there are no mods that talk about adding new weapons (in a manner of speaking) into the game, or armor (and considering how much of both there are in the actual game, why would you want to?) but you can address some of the game’s bigger complaints such as the Mass Effect-like dialogue options (even if they’re all mostly the same response, just said in a different tone), or the settlement building problems (which give you more stuff to put in your settlements, clear out garbage around the place, scrap everything, or place buildings anywhere, even in water or in the sky).
The list also features Fallout 4 mods that fix or add on to a number of quests (such as allowing the Covenant quest to be completed without having to resort to violence or allowing you to be promoted if you work with both the Brotherhood of Steel and the Minutemen to bring down the Institute). It even includes a mod that adds on a whole new quest, called “Ransacked Relays and Shuddersome Subways,” a short quest that can get you a unique weapon for completing it.
With Bethesda already getting ready to release a kit that allows you to mod the console versions of Fallout 4 these mods may be making their way to Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles soon. The actual list of mods can be found here.