This mod simply brings new weather possibilities to areas like the Glowing Sea, Atom Springs or Nuke World, which are usually plagued by the ugly and notoriously dangerous green fog of radiation. Thinking that games like Metro 2033 or Last Light have a better concept of a post-apocalyptic world, fodder Omega2008 replaces the cartoonist vanilla weathers for a darker, more grim climate.
Rather than taking inspiration in other franchises to make the Commonwealth feel more, well, wasted, fodder CorenseWolf decided to bring back the charm of old-school Fallout. What this means is that, rather than the varied and lively weather of the vanilla game, you’ll be seeing a post-apocalyptic brown fog cover the land 97% of the time.
Fodder Mass hep simply turned up the contrast a bit and tweaked color correction to make the game look lush and alive. They also made sure to increase the probability of nice weather, and the rest of the time you’re unlikely to be hit by anything worse than a light fog.
Despite science telling us that over 200 years after the bombs fell, the world would look prettier than ever, efforts endure to worsen the Commonwealth’s living conditions. However, fodder MandragoraSprouts has taken a much more subtle approach, adding some fog here and there as well as clouds of dust and overall reduced contrast to make colors less vibrant.
This mod does the same as its predecessor, but it tweaks and adds some things to make it work with the snowy weather you’d expect from Winter. One of the most exciting mods I got a chance to review for this list was Morose, a Psychological Horror Overhaul for Fallout4 by creator Thumblesteen.
Not only does it tweak the weather and lighting to bring you a more intense and oppressive experience Fallout, but it also replaces most of your soundtrack with a new one meant to induce fear, anxiety, and the feeling of serene isolation. This mod by user HomicidalGrouse will allow the special weather types present in Far Harbor and Nuke World to appear anywhere else on the map as well, with varying chances depending on the region.
What sets this apart from many similar mods promising more varied weather is that it only uses vanilla assets, and therefore doesn’t alter the overall style of the game. This is partly due to the mod improving general image quality with some tweaks, as well as replacing the cloud textures for more diverse ones.
Unlike other weather -changing mods, this one also includes a new player home and a complete quest line explaining the backstory behind these changes. If what you’re looking for is an intense weather mod that makes you remember why “shelter” is so high up on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, then True Storms is the thing you’re looking for.
Most weathers now employ new particle geometry meant to make them feel more treacherous, and heavy dust storms or blinding fog are just some examples of what to expect. If any other mod claimed to be “the most advanced” and complete weather, lighting, and visual overhaul Fallout4 has seen to date, I’d doubt it immediately.
This mod is easily among the most in-depth overhauls I’ve ever seen, introducing over 500 random weather events as well as tweaking visual effects and lighting to better complement these new meteorological possibilities. Add to that the fact that it loads different weather presets depending on the in-game date to simulate the passing of seasons, and you can understand why I think this is easily the bestweathermod in Fallout4.
It also improves the general Image quality by adding new LUT and Image spaces to the game as well as a Player home and base to complete the Lore! Mirrors Change logs With this update I went into the complaints of a lot people that it Rains too much on the default Climate.
Also, a bug was fixed for Rain sounds still wearable in the menus as well as some Language strings that where in German. In Far Harbor I went a bit more easy now with the fog weathers, especially with the heavy fogs but I still stay true to the vanilla Climate that expects this region to be mostly misty and foggy because of Lore reasons.
This is an aim to make this Weather mod Lore friendly and filling a gap I always felt was odd. Since the settlement is on the outer border Please ignore the message that you cannot go further, I wanted to choose a spot not being used by many mods.
Fixes black goo effect on fog weathers on evenings and mornings Fixes several user reported bugs Maybe I found a way to get rid of the super long weathers being stuck Now snow only appears in the autumn, spring and of course Winter Season plugins.
Heavy Rain and Thunder Weathers Walking noise decreased by 80% (sneaking visibility stays the same) 1.install it with your favorite Mod manager and you are good to go edit fallout4custom.ini: bInvalidateOlderFiles=1 sResourceDataDirsFinal=Footage: Use Any Chemical Workshop to generate the Footage for controlling weathers and visuals. Future Plans- anything you come up with.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts I've been looking at Vivid Weather, True Storms, and Natural and Atmospheric Commonwealth.
I've read NAC is the best overall, but is somewhat buggy and the lighting changes aren't very good. I haven't really been able to find much info, so I thought I'd just make a post here.
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Then click the link to read the download and installation instructions without scrolling the page. It brings around sixteen features to extend the way you enjoy customization in Fallout4 for your character as well as for the dog.
Along with Armor smith Extended also download AWK CR Mod, a master file to create and modify armors. Helps users to create a standardized framework of keyword for armors and weapons record.
The Storm System mod can help you to add intriguing seasons to the game. It feels different to have a unique avatar in video games, and these two mods will extend customization in Fallout4.
Bedside is an easy-to-use tool that allows body shape and outfit customization. Using the mod you can modify existing outfits and give your character a unique look that you were dreaming off.
It adds enhancements to character creation allowing you to pick various customization from the features list. Expand your settlement system by using this mod, get around 1000 new objects to craft, including cars, streetlights, refrigerators, home decor, etc.
Crafting and Construction are two primary tasks in Fallout4, as a survivor managing your setup will give you a hope to live through the devastation. Some restrictions in the game that does not allow you to place and build objects anywhere, marking them as red spot.
The mod also enables moving scrap only (Yellow Color) objects. It also adds a progression system, unlocks rewards on helping settlements, and more.
It is one of the best mod you can try to expand the game content and have a simulation kind of in-game feature without a need of buying an expansion. Setup Industrial areas, Residential, Agriculture, etc and let settler build their own houses.
With more clarity, you can walk around to grab necessary items or explore hidden areas in Fallout4. You can get a clear view of roads, tracks, topography, waterlines, map markers, sea, grid lines, etc.
It will reduce the texture using proper compression without damaging the overall graphic quality. The mod replaces high resolution textures with resized and compressed ones.
You can access all the mods via Pause Menu, you can easily backup all your custom settings by copying the Settings in files located in Data > MCM > Settings.