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Fallout 4 gets a 4GB 4K Texture Pack that overhauls all robots

Modder ‘Blackwolf24’ has released a 4GB 4K Texture Pack for Fallout 4 that overhauls the textures for all robots. Contrary to other HD Texture Packs, this one brings brand new textures to the table. As such, all of the game’s robots are now more detailed than ever.

This is a great texture pack and we highly recommend downloading it from here. The pack is compatible with the previous 4K Texture Pack that Blackwolf24 released for creatures. However, it may have conflict issues with the 41GB pack we shared last month.

Speaking of Fallout 4 mods, we also suggest taking a look at the following ones. Whispering Hills is a cool Silent Hill mod, whereas Fallout 4 Project Mojave is a full remake of the New Vegas strip (featuring 3 functional casinos). Additionally, The Wilderness Mod adds a worldplace that is as big as Nuka World. Moreover, Fallout 4: Sim Settlements 2 Chapter 2 adds new quests and a game mode. And lastly, you can download this mod that adds support for NVIDIA DLSS 2, AMD FSR 2 & Intel XeSS.

For those wondering about the quality of these new textures, I’ve included some screenshots from it below. These screenshots should give you an idea of what you can expect from it.

Have fun!

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