Looking for some more mods for Fallout 4? Well, there’s a lot that hit PC and Xbox One this week, and they bring loads of slooty, explosive and quest oriented content straight to any eager wastelander. Fallout 4 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
The first mod up is by Rbddc12, and boy does this mod bring a lot. New quests are sprawled throughout the land, full CBBE support, as well as new locations sprinkled in the Commonwealth.
If you are looking for something new to do, I’m sure this mod will help you out if you are bored. You can check out a video showing the Fusion City Mod by Thuggy Smurf below, or you can get the mod by heading over to NexusMods.
The second mod up is by Ghostfc3s. This mod connects not 100% of all standard subways stations but 90%, makes sense right? Anyways, the mod adds more raiders, super mutants, synths and ghouls to tread through. Once the subway underground network is cleared out (which isn’t easy) you will be able to move across the wasteland faster.
You can get this mod by heading on over to NexusMods.
The third mod up is by AMMOatUSAF, and adds “lovely presets”. This means that you don’t have to deal with ugly presets anymore and will be met with lovely sole survivors. You can check out two images out of the pool of presets.
You can get this mod by hitting up NexusMods.
The last mod up is by modder Techprince. If the AI in this game seems like they have an IQ of 0 this mod will help out with that problem. As noted below, you can read what the modder wanted to do:
“I realized that none of the companions behave like they are suppose to. Their weapon switching conditions are very irregular. They only switch to 1H weapons and even that is random. They cannot switch to Fist weapons and 2H weapons automatically. Also, if i want them to use a shotgun at melee range and a rifle at long range, i cannot do so. Now to change all of this i made this mod. And while making it, i added few perks to make them strong and unique in their own way.”
The companion mod is available to download by heading over to NexusMods.
For more information on these mods and if they are compatible with Xbox One, you can head on over to mods.bethesda.net.