Fallout 4 Mods Add New Power Armor, Flashlights And The Remington Revolver
(Last Updated On: July 11, 2016)

Some new Fallout 4 mods are now available on NexusMods and bring new Power Armor, tactical flashlights and a Remington 1858 revolver. Fallout 4 is out now for PS4, PC and Xbox One, as well as mod support for the latter two.

The first mod up is by EdibleGrenade12 who invites fans of Fallout 4 to a little taste of BioShock’s Big Daddy gear. This offers one full set of Power Armor inspired by the “Big Daddy – Rosie” set that boosts movement speed, carrying capacity and air supply while submerged under water.

The Power Armor also comes with the Big Daddy – Alpha design, but I think it’s worth noting that the helmet is a WIP. This means that the headlamps aren’t yet working, but are said to work in a future update.

You can watch a video by JuiceHead, showing off the new Power Armor. If you want you can also download the mod by heading on over to NexusMods.

Scrolling through NexusMods, I often see a lot of headlight mods churning in a lot of people downloading them. I don’t really get it, but if you want to download Akkalat85’s Tactical Flashlights mod you will find a load of flashlights at your disposal.

Adding six flashlight models to the wasteland, each set by features a different armor load out with alternate stats and bonuses. Each light can be found in the armor vendor level lists, or can be created at any Chem station in the Utility section.

For a better look at this mod you can either download it through NexusMods, or you can watch the video below by Nozi87.

There’s nothing like the wild west without a shiny and sleek Remington 1858 army model. However, Fallout 4 takes place in the far east side of the U.S., and focuses on the wastelands of Boston — and Maine if you’re counting the DLC. But if you still want that “new Sheriff in town” feeling, this mod by Covadonga will do just that and more. You can watch a video showing the mod off by CartelChicken, and if it seems like something worth downloading you can get it by heading to NexusMods.

Bethesda’s action RPG, Fallout 4, is out now for PS4, PC and Xbox One. Some of the above mods are compatible with both PC and Xbox One. PS4 support will arrive early next month.


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