You’re absolutely right, radscorpions DO look super friendly. A deadly stinger, full-body carapace, and more than six legs pretty much guarantees you and this abomination of nature are going to be best friends. That’s why we have the Creature Follower mod, which lets you recruit a deathclaw, yao guai, gen1 synth, gen1 synth, cat, mutant hound, super mutant behemoth, raider dog, gorilla, radscorpion, or a vicious dog as a loyal companion.
The best part – your creature companion doesn’t take up your vanilla follower spot, allowing you two followers in total.
Full Dialogue Interface
The dialogue option previews in Fallout 4 can be minimal at best and a touch misleading at the worst. Sometimes, it just feels like this:
“Hey main character, what do you think about news?”
- “Support News”
- “Hate News”
We’ll admit it’s not quite that extreme, but some players have found themselves accidentally insulting a friend, accidentally agreeing with an enemy, and for one of our staffers, accidentally giving the thumbs up to a borderline genocide. If you want more foresight than single-word prompts like “Sarcasm,” the Full Dialogue Interface mod will show the full text responses for each option.
John Cena- Fat Man Sound Replacer
In the greatest nuclear threat to the world since 2077, the Fat Man launch noise is now the John Cena theme song.
You can be the hero the world deserves, and the one it doesn’t at all want. Grab the mod here.
Unlimited Settlement Objects
Bethesda set a limit to how many objects you can build for your settlement. Bummer, yes, but it’s more to keep players from becoming the Icarus of crafting and flying straight into the framerate sun.
Basically, if you build more units than your hardware can handle, prepare for the world to enter permanent Matrix slow-mo, or just crash altogether. But that won’t stop us.
Whether you need just one more table or a Mount Everest made of door mats, the Unlimited Settlement Objects mod eradicates Bethesda’s build cap completely.
Settlement Supplies Expanded
To help you fill your new infinite object quota, Settlement Supplies Expanded adds all kinds of new build options to crafting. You can make bunk beds, throw trees everywhere, add platforms, and craft over 300 new items for your settlements.
Frequently requested pieces are currently in the works, as well as more realistic required materials. Right now, everything is inexplicably crafted from cloth.
Fallout 4 Configuration Tool
A lot of Fallout 4’s more nuanced settings are hidden behind the development curtain. For the more hands-on wastelander, Fallout 4 Configuration Tool lets you mess around with all sorts of settings. Customize your field of view, mouse sensitivity, framerate lock, VATS color, and more from this nifty menu.
Atom Bomb Baby
“I’m here looking for my son.”
“Isn’t that him, stuffed into your missile launcher?”
If this conversation has happened to you, then you’ve probably downloaded the Atom Bomb Baby mod, which changes the mini nuke ammo of the Fat Man to none other than your baby boy, Shaun. Don’t worry, Shaun explodes with all the same fiery atomic doom.
More Armor Slots
More Armor Slots lets you equip all 5 armor slots while wearing an item that would usually occupy all body slots, such as a dress or a suit. This mod gives lets you enjoy both fine attire and all the stats and bonuses of armor, though it can sometimes lead to an awkward array of clipping equipment. After all, none of these pieces were designed to be cobbled onto your body all at once.
Ammo is pretty scarce out in the Wasteland. It’s not uncommon to have a backpack full of gold watches and only a handful of 10mm rounds. With the Craftable Ammo mod, you’ll be able to create your own ammunition, including mini nukes, as long as you have the proper materials.
If your character can hop right out of suburbia and skillfully craft advanced medicine, functioning power generators, and automated defense sentries, they can probably make some bullets, too.
“Changes dogmeat to a cat, a very stiff cat that barks.”