Transform, expand, and customize these modern classics.
Few games would dream to match the ridiculous variety and accessibility of mods that these three games can provide. The sheer volume of what’s available online is staggering and can be rather overwhelming for someone who’s not willing to spend days figuring out what to use and how.
Luckily, our very own tinkerer extraordinaire has prepared this comprehensive guide on how to get started and which projects to focus on, depending on your needs and your will to experiment.
The floor is yours, Thiev.
Finally, we’ve made it! , Fallout Street Lights (and it’s Wasteland counterpart) or Fellout, instead. And while you’re at it, grab GNR Enhanced – you’ll be thankful for all these extra radio tracks during the countless hours of exploration ahead of you.
Perhaps you are in the mood for a trip under the scorching sun of the Mojave Desert. Then grab New Vegas Restoration, NVInteriors Project or New Vegas Uncut – Freeside Open.
Not everyone knows this, but all the quest names in Fallout New Vegas are based on old songs. Rumor has it that there is a mod floating about called Secret Stash, and it adds all those missing songs and more to the New Vegas Radio. Unfortunately, it is no longer available for official download, but anyone resourceful enough to survive the Wasteland will surely be able to dig something up.
Last but not least, an honorary mention should be made of Tale of the Two Wastelands, despite it still being in its alpha stage. It’s a huge undertaking, aiming to bring both Fallout games into a single playable universe. Keep in mind, this mod is not compatible with the GOG version of the game yet, but it will be very soon.
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Source:: GOG – Good Old Games