Modders Improve Your Games with Fallout 4 Conduit Mod and More!

One of the best features of Fallout 4 is the settlement building mechanic. I can vouch for many gamers who leave Vault 111 and immediately forget they even have quests to do because of how addicting it is to build and fortify your own settlement. When building a settlement, one of the most important resources is power, and sometimes it can be a bit tricky getting power to your whole settlement. Well, thanks to a nifty little mod, powering your settlement might now be a tiny bit easier.

The “Wall Pass-Through Power Conduits by Daedragon adds new conduits to your build menu that you can snap into place on the back of standard ones to allow lines to pass through your walls. This extremely practical mod is going to make running power lines through your various structures much simpler and you’ll have your settlement powered up in no time.

“First place a vanilla conduit or switch-box flush against a wall, and then snap the pass-through conduit onto it. I recommend placing the vanilla conduit on the outside of the wall and the pass-through conduit on the inside. There is also a thicker conduit which works better with switch-boxes placed on inside walls. The new conduits do not radiate power wirelessly, however the vanilla conduits which they snap to still do.”

Speaking of practical mods, Fallout 4 is certainly not the only game to receive an “upgrade” through mods. The Witcher 3 is an amazing game with incredible graphics and a highly immersive story. However, after playing dozens, if not hundreds of hours, you might start to notice little flaws. Flaws such as placement glitches, armor clipping, and such. These seemingly small defects can get annoying once you start noticing them regularly. Thanks to modder Chuckcash, these minor defects won’t bug you much longer. The “Nitpicker’s Patch” mod for The Witcher 3 does a little cleaning up and adds an extra layer of polish to an already fantastic game.

ModLastly, for fans of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, if you are enjoying the game but not entirely a fan of the ambience while playing, fear not. Thanks to modders Lewis Palfrey and Luke Millanta, you can now count on a unique weather experience in each match through the Changing Weather Collection.

“The Changing Weather Collection incorporates varying weather patterns into some of Counter-Strike’s most popular maps. This collection represents the first time changing weather patterns were incorporated into Counter-Strike.”

The Changing Weather Collection adds 10 different weather patterns that are randomly selected at the start of each round, and brings anything from thunder and sandstorms, to thick fog to your gaming experience. In addition to having an impact on visibility and sound, the weather also impacts the game environment such as rain putting out fires.

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of enthusiastic modders, we are able to tweak and change our favorite games so we can enjoy them all over again in a whole new light. Stay tuned to DFTG for all your gaming news and until next time, happy modding!

Luciano Cancilla106 Posts

    Luciano has an undeniable passion for all things BioWare and has an enthusiastic perspective on the Gaming Industry. With a love for gaming, comics, and Geek Culture, you can always expect to have a good time nerding out.

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