Modder ‘SKK50’ is currently working on a new mod for Fallout 4 that aims to let players experience Fallout 76 in the Commonwealth. This mod will hide most NPCs, will spawn random mixed human griefers and will allow NPCs to launch nukes at you.
Going into slightly more details, as players wander the commonwealth any human NPCs in their active uGrids that are not locked (by enable state parents) are dynamically disabled. As such, this will hide 95% of rural folks and 80% of urban populations. And as already said, random mixed human griefers will spawn and follow you, issuing half-witted taunt messages. Players will be able to kill them all and more will turn up in time, and if they run far enough away, that group will get bored and leave them alone.
As for the nukes, here is what SKK50 had to say:
“Occasional nukes are launched at you with a minimal getaway warning. Sometimes they land back on the Griefers, as they are naturally unclever. Nukes will not be launched directly at red workshops, so you can do some arts and crafts in peace if you stay close. Note as this is a B.E.T.A. some nuke warnings may be missed, but your player deaths are helping debug my free product.”
This Fallout 76 mod for Fallout 4 has no dependencies on extenders or DLCs and does not change any base game scripts, assets or objects as it’s 100% pure new Creation Kit forms and wrapper scripts.
Those interested can download the mod from here. Needless to say that this is a must-have mod as it will let you experience Fallout 76 right now. It may not be as polished as the upcoming game, but I’m pretty sure that most Fallout fans will find it interesting.
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