Fallout 4: 10 Awesome Mods You Have To Try Out

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Modding… modding never changes

My Kind of Wasteland

Ever since Bethesda released Fallout 3 eight years ago, Fallout has been one of the most-modded franchises in modern gaming.  The mods were made possible by a program called G.E.C.K., or the Garden of Eden Creation Kit, as well as the ingenuity of modders.  G.E.C.K. allows anyone to modify Fallout 3 (and later Fallout New Vegas) extensively, and the modding community created everything from quest mods to total conversion in an impressive show of creativity.

Unfortunately, Bethesda has yet to release a G.E.C.K. for Fallout 4, but that hasn’t stopped modders from using the tools at their disposal to modify the game in inventive ways.  While things like quest mods and significant changes to the gameplay are impossible without a G.E.C.K., modders have created several genius mods that improve the Fallout 4 experience in big ways.

If you’ve ever modded a video game before, chances are you’re familiar with NexusMods, the most popular mod database and manager on the internet.  Every mod on this list can be found on the Fallout 4 Nexus, as well as plenty more game-changing mods for your browsing pleasure.

10) Craftable Ammo by kr1ck

never run out of ammo (all mod images taken from http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4)

In the Commonwealth, ammunition is a scarce commodity.  Sure, you might find loads of it off the corpse of the super mutant you just killed, but how much ammo did you spend killing that thing?  With Fallout 4’s revamped crafting system, craftable ammo seems like an obvious feature for the game, but its inexplicably missing from the game (even Fallout New Vegas had ammo crafting).  Modders need not worry, because kr1ck has a solution!

Craftable Ammo does exactly what you’d think: add crafting recipes for every type of ammo available in the game.  With this mod, you can turn the mostly useless junk in your inventory into ammo that can be used to rain destruction on your enemies in the wasteland.

By default, some ammo requires perks in order to craft, but there’s an optional add-on that allows you to craft all ammo types without spending any perks.  Also, if you feel like you’re not getting enough bang from your crafting supplies, there are other optional add-ons that multiply the amount of ammo you receive from the recipe by 10, 25, 50, or even 100!

Craftable Ammo can be found here.

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