Fallout 4 modders recently took to Nexus Mods to show off their mods for Fallout 4. If you hate the Far Harbor memory puzzle, want more future weapons, or seek better dialog, there are some new mods to help with that.
The first mod by Elianora skips the obnoxious glitchy puzzle part in the Far Harbor DLC. If you have trouble moving the blocks around to get the bugs to the designated target, you’ll be glad to know that a new mod skips that segment, and allows you to enjoy the rest of the game. Honestly, this mod sounds like a good bypass for such. To use the mod, go to the first memory puzzle room and summon the console command and type Bat Puzzles. Exit the simulator and listen to the tapes and you should be good to go. You can get the mod by going to Nexusmods.
The next mod is by the very active modder Niero. I’ve got to say Niero did a great job on this weapon, given that it offers so much variety to fit anyone’s play style. The CROSS PlasRail offers basic ballistics along with plasma rounds, disc blades, flame and ARC rounds. For a better view of the CROSS PlasRail rifle, you can view it below or get it on Nexusmods.
Modder Anbeegod has made a mod similar to the Guard Dialogue Overhaul for Skyrim. This, as its name suggest, changes some of the dialog in Fallout 4 and addresses many problems that the modder felt were a bit out-of-place.
“I’ve changed more lines than what I mentioned, including the generic lines of BOS, Institute scientists, settlers, guards and more. Please feel free to find them out and report any issues/bugs/problems you find regarding the generic dialogues (settlers, guards, Institute scientists etc). I will be more than happy to fix or improve them.”
If you want better and more immersive dialog in your game, you can head on over to Nexusmods to do so. Lastly, it’s worth noting that Xbox One and PS4 players will be able to enjoy all of these mods and more on May 31st, and sometime in June for the latter.