Top 10 Fallout Mods We Want to See in Fallout 4

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Fallout 4 needs no introduction, as it is one of the most famous first-person shooters in the world. But even a world-famous product can't please everybody. Just a week before the official release on November 10, 2015, the game has already received some controversial critique after the recent leak of gameplay screenshots and videos. Believe it or not, fans were not happy to see such a low quality of graphics.

However, Fallout 3 and New Vegas have always been criticized for having poor graphics. And, looking at the sales numbers of these games and the level of anticipation for Fallout 4, it looks like the upcoming installment will have no problem digesting a new helping of criticism. Even the developers themselves aren't bothering with all the negative comments. Maybe because they know that community will throw all efforts at modifying the game to its fullest, as was the case with the previous Fallout games from Bethesda.

This should get really interesting as soon as developers permit the use of mods, also available for PS4 and Xbox One. So, let’s speculate a little bit and try to see which kinds of mods are necessary for a complete Fallout 4 experience - with examples, of course.

Published Nov. 3rd 2015

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