Fallout 4 has only been out for a few months now, but the modding community is already releasing hundreds of mods that enhance the game, improve immersion, or make the game downright silly. To begin your modding journey, you can download a mod configuration tool from the ever reliable Nexus Mods website. The configuration tool allows you to do lots of things like customizing the resolution, HUD colors, and the frame rate.
Now that you have what you need to organize your mods, here are some of the best Fallout 4 mods from Nexus Mods that you can try with the best gaming laptops from Sager Notebook:
Stalker Lighting by Garny
This mod replaces the standard coloring and offers hues more suited to the post-nuclear environment. Regarding aesthetics, it does a great job; it makes the atmosphere and immersion even better.
Realistic Death Physics by mm137
If you’re looking for added realism, fixing the in-game physics and aesthetics is a big help. The Realistic physics mod recalculates the gravity and force, so that when you shoot, punch, etc. an enemy, the dead bodies drop realistically.
Fallout 4 Seasons by GameDutchess
A lot of mods make the game more realistic, and this is one of them. The mod is designed to make the game’s landscape feel more real by adding four post-apocalyptic seasons. The developer, GameDutchess, really put the work in by studying old pictures of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. To get the desired results, GameDutchess recommends as many as 18 other weather mods.
Create a New Settlement Anywhere by Helioglyph
One of Fallout 4’s defining features is the ability to make new settlements. But the default limitations is just plain restricting. With this mod, you can open up the workshop anywhere on the map so you can start building the settlement of your dreams in the Commonwealth.
BioShock Infinite Columbia-themed settlement mod By GPGShepard
Still in love with BioShock Infinite? Do you want to go back to Columbia? In Fallout 4 it can be possible all thanks to the wonder of mods. Now for this one, it can get tricky because you have to download a total of ten mods including the BioShock Paintings mod from GPGShepard.
For Weapons and Armor
Any Mod Any Weapon by LucasGod
Mod restrictions on weapons? Not with Any Mod Any Weapon. If you want to get the big guns out and blast your way throughout the Commonwealth, this is the mod for you!
Armorsmith Extended by Gambit 77
Want to look cool beating on those deathclaws? Armorsmith extended makes you do just that. Want to wear plated armor ball gowns? Sure. Want to wear a three-piece suit under your leather chest piece? Go for it!
All of these mods really make Fallout 4 better graphics and gameplay-wise. All of these would look great on the best gaming laptop from Sager Notebook!