Fallout 4 Mods Bring A List Of New Weapons And Fix Facial Expressions

Modders have taken to NexusMods to provide some more content for Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic TPS/FPS RPG known as Fallout 4. Additionally, players who are bored of the vanilla weapons and seek better facial expressions in the game will find some nice replacements with these mods. Fallout 4 is out now for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

The first mod up is the M3D – OTs-02 Kiparis, which is by modder Millenia. The Kiparis mod brings new sounds and new scripts that offer custom shooting, and reloading animations. You can find this weapon across the wasteland and by bartering with vendors.

You can either get this mod over on NexusMods, or you can watch a video preview of the mod below by Millenia.

Single shot bolt-action lovers will have another weapon to add to their collection with Asxas latest Varmint Rifle. The regular version can be found on enemies or at vendors, and once obtained, it can be configured with lots of parts that include blue tape.

You can download this mod on NexusMods, or you can watch a video by FappaR showing the Varmint Rifle in action.

Seeing that weapons at the moment are pretty popular among wastelanders, there is a mod that holsters any weapon that you have on you and can be seen in 3rd-person. Whether on your side or on your back the holster mod by Azarkiowa works with vanilla and CBBE body types, so this means no clipping is visible.

If you want to view the mod a video by Azarkiowa sits below, or you can get it now by going over to NexusMods.

The last mod by I550050 changes the silly faces made by characters around and about the wasteland with more subtle, and less obnoxious facial expressions. As seen below the character on our left is making a much pronounce gesture, while the character on the right is much more calm in comparison.


If you are tired of immersion breaking facial expressions and you seek better face gestures during talking scenes, you can get this mod by hitting up NexusMods.

Fallout 4 is out now for PC, Xbox One and PS4. For additional information on if the above mods are for consoles, you can head on over to mods.bethesda.net to see if any are available.


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