‘Fallout 4’ Mods News Update: See What Modders Have Been Up To
When Sony eventually allowed the "Fallout 4" modding on the platform, fans were ecstatic. It's one of the most anticipated features of both parties and now, it looks like the latest partnership between Sony and Bethesda has escalated to new heights. Apparently, fans immediately settled on the "Fallout 4" mods of the game and now, they are all set to experience the next feature; improve the gameplay.
But before that, the recent "Fallout 4" mods release on through the Nexus Mods include, significant changes in the facial expressions of some of the characters. Bethesda has since banned misleading mods, but recent modders were notable for creating weapons like weapon holster mods, Varmint rifle and the Kiparis gun.
Also featured in the Nexus Mod of "Fallout 4" are some of the few highlighted mods for the game. They include the Wasteland Water Revival wherein, a revamped Water in the Commonwealth was relieved. The Right Handed Hunting Rifle is also back. Also, fans can now enjoy the Wasteland Melody's Heavy Machine Gun, which according to the mode is a "A high-powered, full-bodied .50-caliber machine gun. Normally seen as a vehicle-mounted weapon, this version's been adapted for handheld use, the perfect compliment to power armor."
Additional "Fallout 4" mods include the AK-47 Russian Assault Rifle, an original rifle that went missing as the game progresses. The Commonwealth haircuts also added 21 new hairstyles.
The "Fallout 4" mods are fan created. This is what Bethesda confirmed when the feature was first launch. When asked whether there will be any preinstalled mods in the game, unfortunately there were none. All there is the creation kit that will allow players to create their own mods in the game.
For more "Fallout 4" mods news and update, you can come back and check them here on GameNGuide. Also, see more fan made mods here in the coming days.
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