New Mod Turns Fallout 4 Pip-Boy into Tablet Computer (VIDEO)
Ah, the age of mods in gaming is quite a beautiful aspect of the medium to behold, where fan communities’ creativity is limited only by their imaginations and the speed of copyright cyber-knights. Of the big game developers that seem to encourage modding, Fallout developer Bethesda Game Studios seems to be at the top of the list and among the most favored by modders. From the game-improving mods, such as the conduits that can pass through walls to the bizarre Bob Ross mod, Fallout 4 has been no stranger to these game enhancements. Now, a new modification is turning the infamous Fallout 4 Pip-Boy into a tablet computer in the game.
The above video seen from the ScorpTech YouTube channel showcases the new mod created by AlexScorpion of the Pimp Crew. The video starts off by showing the point in the game where the player first receives the Pip-Boy, now replaced with the Pip-Pad model. When the menus from the Pip-Boy are now pulled up within this modded version of the game, the newly animated hands now show the player holding the handheld tablet computer version of the accessory in the game instead. The device still shows the classic black computer screen with green text and imagery, but the Pip-Pad features a darker gray color for the hardware of the device, as opposed to the Pip-Boy’s rusted brown color.
Aside from the digital model and animation changes, the Pip-Pad seems to run pretty much the same as the Pip-Boy. The mod is currently available for download, but it is advised to not install it before leaving Vault 111 in the game. What do you guys think? Do you like seeing the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy turned into a tablet? Let us know in the comments below!
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