A Fallout 4 player displays the game’s more than 300 mods.

A recent video demonstrates how Fallout 4 appears when more than 300 mods, including ray tracing, are enabled, showing how even visually stunning games can be enhanced. Although Fallout 5 is currently in production, its release is likely years away. Therefore the fan base is still actively creating custom content for Fallout 4. The post-apocalyptic series’ fourth instalment only recently came out, so the base game already looks nice, but there’s always the potential for improvement.

Like many other Bethesda games, anyone who has played the 2015 RPG will recall their first time playing it after it came out of the vault. In Fallout 4, that step-out scene is a sight to behold. The first time a player emerges from cryostasis after spending so much time in it exposes a world that is entirely different from the one they remember, even though they have already seen the world before entering the protection of the shelter. It wonderfully showcases the beauty of the immediate surroundings, even after a nuclear war, without any visual enhancements.

However, as the YouTube channel Digital Dreams has shown, there’s no harm in making the game even more visually appealing. In a recently published video, the player can be seen in Fallout 4 exploring the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Boston while playing with over 300 mods enabled.

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Most people will concur that it much improves on the original. Thanks to the ray tracing and several graphical changes, the game really pops. There are several texture updates from “Langleys HD Texture Workshop” and “NMC’s Texture Bundle,” as well as weather and environment mods like “Nac X.” Although it should be noted that the channel is running the game on a Ryzen 9 CPU and an RTX 3090 graphics card, lower end systems may struggle to attain reasonable framerates. In general, it looks pretty amazing.

Additionally, Digital Dreams has previously displayed a similar feat of graphical customization. As if Red Dead Redemption 2 could be lovely, the channel has featured an 8K ray traced version of the game among videos for The Witcher 3, Spider-Man, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, and a tonne more.

Anyone who has played Fallout 4, especially on PC, knows a tonne of mods available may completely change how the game looks and plays. Even while the vanilla release of a video game still looks quite impressive, there is intrinsic value in being able to customize it. Individuals will always come along and significantly increase the visual “wow” factor.

The PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of Fallout 4 are now available.

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