If you are still committed to Fallout 4 and seek some changes in the wasteland of Boston look no further than some new mods that vastly improve the post-apocalyptic landscape. Thanks to mods by xgamer468, NightSoDark and MonkSS, these new mods address the problem of not reloading custom made weapons correctly, adding more rooms to Vault 88, and bringing a specially made power armor suit, the B-35C, to the wasteland. Fallout 4 is currently out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
The first mod that comes in for Fallout 4 is by modder xgamer468. Although the B-35C power armor does absolutely nothing to the game besides adding a new power armor design, it does however spruce up the overall experience with having something new view.
Once installed the armor will show up in a crate near the entrance of Vault 111. So, in other words, it’s right near the beginning of the game. You can check out a video by Nozi87, who shows the B-35C power armor in action.
I’m not sure what it is about Vault 88 but it seems that a lot of wastelanders really do enjoy this Vault. In fact, the Vault is so popular that demand for four corner pieces ended up becoming one of the top mods on NexusMods. As crazy as that sounds, those looking to further customize Vault 88 will now be able to do so with these four pieces, as seen below.
NightSoDark, the modder, also provided some additional parts like a wall divider, new color sets for rectangular windows, a railing that snaps from the back instead of the front (ideal for stairwells), and an Atrium Trim piece. You can get this mod over on NexusMods.
Don’t you hate it in games when your character goes to reload a gun and the hands, clip, slide and do everything else but properly reload? Well, I do. If you do too, this mod by MonkSS seeks to fix that very problem in Fallout 4.
Below is video showing the vanilla version and the modded version of “Grab the Damn Mag”, comparing them side-by-side to each other reloading the STG-44. This video comes in by Vault Samurai.
Before signing out, I should note that some of these mods are not compatible with consoles just yet. If you are curious as to which mods are compatible, you can head on over to mods.bethesda.net and type in the name of the mod in the “search” bar.