Fallout 4 new feature

This 3GB Mod for Fallout 4 overhauls all buildings of the Commonwealth

Modder ‘Dazaster’ has released a new HD Texture Pack for Fallout 4 that overhauls all of the buildings of the Commonwealth. According to the modder, the mod includes new textures for Houses, Stores, Airports, Offices, Red Rocket Garage, Skyscrapers and Diamond City.

Do note that this Texture Pack will conflict with other mods that make any building texture changes. Thus, if you are using such mods, we suggest disabling them.

In order to overhaul the game’s textures, Dazaster used the textures from the official Bethesda HD pack as a base. The new textures are the same resolution as those, however, they are larger as they contain more detail. As such, if you can’t run the official Bethesda HD pack, you won’t be able to run this new HD Texture Pack.

You can download this mod from here. Below you can also find some screenshots that showcased the overhauled textures.

Speaking of Fallout 4, you may also be interested in these mods. Whispering Hills is a Silent Hill Mod for Fallout 4 that looks quite cool. Additionally, modders have released an unofficial Photo Mode for Fallout 4. There is also a mod that brings Resident Evil Village’s Lady Dimitrescu to the game. Furthermore, this HD Texture Pack – which should be compatible with this mod – adds 10 thousand trees.

Enjoy!

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