Fallout 4 Mods Add New Companion, Code Quest And More

Some new Fallout 4 mods are now up for download. They add a new companion, a code quest, better CBBE physics and the Mosin Nagant rifle. Bethesda’s Fallout 4 is out now for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Mods really do play an important role in making broken games better, although it’s sad that gamers and people around and about have to clean up the works of developers who put out broken stuff like Fallout 4, but that’s just how things work these days.

Anyways, one of the latest mods that is available for download via NexusMods comes llamaRCA’s companion mod — Heather Casdin. The mod adds a fully voiced companion that sports her own quests, which you can interact with in various ways.

The mod can be obtained over on NexusMods or you can watch a video showing Casdin, thanks to YouTuber theDeluxSam.

The next mod by EijiroTono brings a mysterious quest-line for wastelanders to explore in that it features over 20 missions or quests to complete. As an important notice you will need the Automatron and Far Harbor DLC to get this mod working.

The official video trailer for the mode sits below. The video comes in by TonoMods, which the mod itself can be downloaded over on NexusMods.

CBBE mods for Fallout 4 are popular, but after a couple of the most popular CBBE mods were updated to enhance jiggle physics for female Sole Survivors, it seems that modder Karna5 wanted to take the physics to another level. If you are a fan of CBBE jiggle physic you can check out a video by CigamFeiht or you can download the mod over on NexusMods.

The last mod on this list brings the Mosin Nagant bolt-action rifle. This gun is not a favorite of mine and I actually despise it, but if you happen to like the weapon and need it in your modded version of Fallout 4, modder FX0x01 has you covered.

YouTuber and modder Gopher has a video showing the bolt-action rifle in action below. But if you need the mod now it can be found over on NexusMods.

Fallout 4 is out now for PC, Xbox One and PS4. Mods for those who are on console can be found by hitting up mods.bethesda.net.

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