Fallout 4 Settler Built Settlements Mod

Fallout 4 just got an amazing Settler Built Settlements Mod

Modder ‘WhiskyTangoFox’ has released a pretty cool mod for Fallout 4. This mod, called Settler Built Settlements, will allow your settlers to build the settlements themselves. This is a godsend for those who don’t fancy investing time and effort into building a settlement.

So, thanks to this mod, you won’t have to build up every settlement piece by piece. Instead, you will only have to build the Settlement Building Supplies in the crafting menu. Then, you can leave (far enough away for the cell to unload), and the next time you return to the settlement your settlers will have built themselves some homes, crops, maybe even some defenses.

The modder also shared some additional details about how this mod works. It’s really simple if you think about it. Still, this is something that may interest some of you. So, here’s the “magic” behind it.

“Building the settlement supplies starts an event listener, and the next time the cell unloads, the parent marker is enabled by the script, and the settlement supplies are removed. It’s literally a 2 line function. Settlers aren’t even actually required. The goal is to keep this as simple and lightweight as possible, allowing you to very quickly invest a little in your settlements, without having to spend hours decorating them.”

Those interested can go ahead and download the mod from this link.

If you are into Fallout 4, you might be interested in these other mods for it. For instance, there is a LOD mod that reduces distant objects/shadows/textures pop-ins. Then we have the Disk Cache Enabler Mod. There’s also a mod that adds ragdoll physics and collisions to dead bodies. Another amazing mod is this one that fixes the game’s long loading times. DirectHit is a mod that overhauls the AI of enemies. And let’s not forget this mod that adds real locational damage to all enemies. You can also download an 8K Texture Pack, or this 41GB 4K Texture Pack which optimizes all 40,962 textures. There’s also a mod that improves the faces of over 1450 NPCs. Finally, there is a mod that adds support for NVIDIA DLSS 2, AMD FSR 2 and Intel XeSS. Oh, and there’s a mod that adds AMD FSR 3.0 Frame Generation to the game.

Let’s also not forget the DLC-sized expansion mods that you can get for F4. Fallout New Vegas Remake in Fallout 4 is an unreleased mod that we’re really looking forward to. Then we have Fallout: MiamiAmerica Rising 2 is another fan DLC/expansion mod that integrated the Enclave faction into the main story with 24 main quests. Caves Of The Commonwealth is another fan expansion that adds 2-5 hours of new gameplay content. Let’s also not forget Fallout London which looks promising. You can also download Sim Settlements 2 – Chapter 3Whispering Hills which is a cool Silent Hill mod, and The Wilderness Mod. You can also download a new horror quest mod that is inspired by Lovecraft, Resident Evil and Dead Space. Last month, we also shared another quest mod for it. Oh, and the Mass Effect Evolution Mod is once again available for download.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!