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Fallout 4 gets an HD Texture Pack that adds Next-Gen Parallax Textures

Modder ‘Tommy Creo’ has released a new HD Texture Pack for Fallout 4 that adds to the game some high-quality next-gen parallax textures. According to the modder, this first version of this pack replaces about 20 textures, primarily landscape and architecture.

Do note that in order to enable these Parallax Textures, you’ll need ENBSeries. Furthermore, ENB Complex Parallax does come with a bit of a performance hit. Additionally, the pack does not change the grass and rocks placed on top of the landscape.

You can download the NXGEN – Parallax Textures Mod from here. Below you can also find some screenshots that showcase the new textures.

In theory, this pack should be compatible with most of the Fallout 4 we’ve shared. For instance, it should work with this settlement/building mod that adds 200 new items. It should also work with this mod that aims to overhaul the AI of the NPCs, as well as with this mod that adds 14 different weapons. The Urban Life Mod, which adds 11 equipables, 350+ workshop items, new custom Radio Station, should also be compatible with it. Lastly, it should work with this HD Texture Pack which overhauls all of the game’s Feral Ghouls.

Have fun!

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