New high resolution 4K textures released for Fallout 4

Modder ‘Valius’ has released a new version of his High Resolution Texture Pack for Fallout 4. This pack comes in both 2K and 4K versions and as its title suggests, it features higher quality and better textures (that look similar to their original versions) for a number of objects.

Right now, this fan texture pack has 4K textures for the following objects: Basket Ball Hoop, Bus Stop, Desk Fan (Pre/Post War), Diamond City signs, Diamond City Street Signs, Diner Counter, Filing Cabinet Brushed Metal, Filing Cabinet Damaged, Filing Cabinet Slight Ware, Garage Furniture, High Tech Metal Panels (various interior walls), Institute Locker, Mattress, Metal Barrel – Radioactive, Metal Barrels – (Red, Blue, Rust), Metal Barricades, Office Desk Brushed Metal Slight Ware, Office Desk Damaged, Office Desk Slight Ware, Phone Booth, Player House Ruin – Kitchen top, Robot Shared Icons, Rusted Locker, Sanctuary Hills Sign, Toilet Cubicle, Utility Duct Pipes Set, Various Signs (Restricted Area/No Smoke/Restrooms), Vault 111 Signs, Vault 111 Steel Supports/Beams, Vault Crates, Vault Locker, Vault Pipes, Vault Toilet, Wooden Counter, Wooden Desk (Vault), Wooden Furniture, Wooden Interior Doors, Wooden Interior panels and Wooden Tool Rack.

The latest version of the High Resolution Texture Pack for Fallout 4 comes with some adjustments to Counter Texture, and reworks the Filing Cabinet, Wooden Doors, garage furniture and wooden furniture textures.

This is must-have mod for Fallout 4 as it will dramatically increase its visual quality. The modder suggests the 2K version of graphics cards equipped with 2GB of vRAM and the 4K version for GPUs that have 4GB or more vRAM.

You can download the latest version of this HD texture pack from here!

Fallout 4 Mod - High Resolution Texture Pack

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