Modders have taken to Bethesda’s Fallout 4 and recently added more mods to the wasteland. These mods come in by SydneyB, JEVBloodlust and Despy. Fallout 4 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
One of the most popular mods as of this moment comes in by SydneyB, which adds a changeable CBBE (bodyslide) Steampunk outfit. The outfit comes with its very own stats, changeable clothing, and accessories, which can be obtained by heading to any Chemistry lab found under the Utility category.
The video below showing the mod comes in by Overlord Actual. I should note that there are some clipping issues depending on the hair selected. But, aside from that pet peeve, you can check it out below.
If you want, you can get this mod by heading on over to NexusMods.
Do you like exploring new and different places? Well, Ryanc229 and JEVBloodlust have a new mod called Vault 119 that lets you explore an all new Vault. JEVBloodlust notes that you won’t be able to build Vault-Tec structures until the DLC’s quest is complete for Vault 119.
As of now, you can only explore and decorate the new Vault that is stationed west of Mahkra Fishpacking, North East of the Commonwealth. If you want, you can get this mod now from NexusMods, which contains Fallout 1 and 2 gear doors, and custom Vault 119 suites and security armor.
The last mod that really seems to be popular among the modding community is readable comic books. Instead of actually playing the game, however, you can read some colorful old comic books.
This mod by Despy adds 20 comics that tally up to 870 total pages. You can experience all the fun with no DLC or add-ons, spanning across “real comics” like Minute Man, Atomic War, Out of this World Adventures, Heroes of the Wild Frontier, Space Action, World War 3, Search for Love, and Spy and Counterspy. And if that’s not enough, each comic book includes commercials.
If you decide to get this mod over on NexusMods, you will be able to find these retro comics inside a chest in Hubris Comics building, which only makes sense.