HD Moon With Phases
Have you ever just wanted to take a minute and gaze at the moon? While the Commonwealth has definitely gone to hell, the moon still looks as beautiful as ever. And with this Fallout 4 mod, you can make the most out of that big, white orb in the sky. This mod comes with amazing 2K textures, with the moon looking a bit larger than usual. There’s nothing better than moon gazing after a rough fight with the yao guai, after all.
Settlement Radar Station
Getting randomly ambushed on your morning stroll through a settlement has to be one of the most annoying things in the game. But with this Fallout 4 mod, you won’t always have to be on your guard. This craftable Radar Station can detect any nearby enemies by periodically scanning the area. The radar will then mark the enemy with a Red Diamonds, so you’ll know just where they’re hiding. It’s worth noting that larger settlements, such as the Sanctuary, will need around two stations.
FFXV Cindy Mashup Clothing
Final Fantasy XV has had plenty of crossovers over the past year, with Noctis appearing as a playable character in Tekken 7, those crazy Sims 4 costumes, and let’s not forget the infamous Nissin cup truck in Lestallum. And while there hasn’t been any buzz about a Fallout 4 x Final Fantasy XV crossover, this mod is one of the closest things you can get for now. As the name implies, you’ll get Cindy’s clothes that you can give to your character, so go ahead and strut your stuff in the Commonwealth.
Mystic Pines Settlement With Overpass Lift
Mystic Pines is one of the many locations in the game, but unfortunately, it isn’t one of the settlements you can build on. If you’ve ever wanted to build your own little establishment, though, you can use this Fallout 4 mod for that artistic liberty you need. Aside from building, the mod also adds a basement with a workbench, a stairwell for roof access, a kitchen area, and even a lift that connects your newfound settlement to the overpass. The nifty lift makes it much easier to get in and out of Mystic Pines whenever you need to go exploring.
More Realistic Fire Behavior
If you’re a pyromaniac who loves setting NPCs on fire, it can get a bit disappointing when they ignore the fact that they’re, well, on fire. Or even when you manage to burn someone and they keep shooting at you as if their skin isn’t melting off of their bones, you know what I mean? Well, with this Fallout 4 mod, humans and civilized ghouls will drop their weapons and actually run away when flames engulf their bodies.
Peekaboo’s Glowing Wild Plants
Harvesting flora in the Commonwealth is no joke – especially when you’re keen on crafting some kind of specialized recipe. You might feel a bit discouraged to go searching for plants at night because of how dark it is, but this Fallout 4 mod adds a pretty useful solution to the issue. The flora will now have custom glowmaps, so you can finally find those flowers you’ve been searching for the whole night. Take note that this mod is designed for darker nights, so it might lose its effects in the vanilla game.
Power Armor Jump Upgrade
Reach for the sky with this Fallout 4 mod. You can craft the “Spring Loaded” power armor leg upgrade at any power armor crafting station. Using this will give your power armor a little extra boost, making it much easier to reach those tricky locations in the Commonwealth. On top of that, you’ll be able to leap over cars and large gaps, allowing for those quick getaways. For even more fun, you can mix it up by strapping on a jetpack!
Clean and Pretty – Danse Edit
Paladin Danse is a striking fellow and definitely none the worse for wear in the Commonwealth. He’s also one of the many characters you can marry in the game, but not everyone likes the whole rough and rugged look. With this Fallout 4 mod, you can give him a much smoother-looking face, removing all the dirt and unnecessary wrinkles. Paladin Danse? More like daddy Danse.