Fallout 4 new feature

This 18GB Mod for Fallout 4 improves the faces of all NPCs

Fallout 4 fans, here is something for you today. Modder ‘ZPascalionZ’ released a must-have HD Texture Pack that improves the faces of all of the game’s NPCs.

According to the modder, this HD Texture Pack covers the NPCs from the base game, and its DLCs.In other words, this pack improves over 1400 characters. By using AI techniques, ZPascalionZ has upscaled the vanilla textures to 2K. As such, the improved textures retain the same art style with the original textures.

You can download the pack from here. Do note that it is quite big (around 18GB in size). Below you can also find some comparison screenshots (vanilla textures are on the left, whereas the modded textures are on right).

Speaking of Fallout 4, you may also want to check out the following mods. Theoretically, these mods should be compatible with this HD Texture Pack. Another Pine Forest Mod adds around 18000 additional trees to the game. Fallout London is a DLC-sized expansion and there is a Silent Hill mod for Fallout 4, called Whispering Hills. There is also a 3.7GB Mod that adds 14 different weapons, and a 3GB Mod that overhauls all buildings of the Commonwealth. The Wilderness Mod adds a worldplace that is as big as Nuka World. And lastly, there is a mod that adds different/unique ending cinematics to all factions.


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