This Fallout 4 Compilation Mod Will Elevate Your Gaming Experience In One Convenient Package
While the Skyrim mod community is a bit more, er, progressive in nature compared to that of the Fallout 4 mod community, the latter certainly is no slouch when it comes to churning out quality mods meant to improve or simply alter your gaming experience. A recently updated Fallout 4 compilation mod that goes by the name of ‘Vivid Fallout’ does just that, by replacing tons of textures with prettier, more detailed ones for a superior graphical experience.
Vivid Fallout was created by modder Hein84, who has taken all of his texture-improving mods and wrapped them up into a neat little Fallout 4 compilation mod designed to update some of the game’s already aging textures. The new textures look much more realistic and weathered, which just so happens to make quite a bit of sense in a post-apocalyptic world. Another benefit of the mod pack is that, according to Hein84, his textures actually require less V-Ram than the game’s original textures. Check out the pictures below for some before (Vanilla) and after (Vivid Fallout) shots:
Hein84’s mod pack can be downloaded a few different ways; there are 1K, 2K or 4K versions of the pack, each of which is designed with a certain PC power level in mind. Those that aren’t sure which to choose can also simply download the ‘Best Choice’ pack that provides users with a balance of quality and performance, or the ‘Best Performance’ pack for a more budget-friendly visual upgrade. All of Hein84’s mod packs can be downloaded over on his dedicated page on the Nexus Mods site. As a reminder, make sure to uninstall any existing mods from the author before downloading any of the compilation mods, else it will not work.
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