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Fallout 4 gets brilliant new quest you can play in support of charity

Fallout 4 gets brilliant new quest you can play in support of charity

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In such an expansive post-apocalyptic world, there are endless things to do in Fallout 4 and this new quest not only adds brand-new content but also supports charity.

Modding for Charity - Shady Motives is a brand-new Fallout 4 mod which features a fully-voiced questline, a new player home, custom weapons, a custom jacket and a fully-voiced companion.

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Made entirely over one weekend by a dedicated team of modders, this download was created entirely for charity and is free to download and try out right now.

“As part of Voiceapalooza, the community voted on a variety of elements about the mod, then a team of authors including Elianora, Shoeburglar, Niero, Otellino, Neeher, ErikaEmber, the Sim Settlements team, and the Concord Stories team joined together to build the mod in a single weekend on stream,” the description reads.

Voiced by professional actor Wes Johnson (Starfield, Fallout 4), Shady Motives already has over three thousand downloads despite being uploaded to Nexus Mods earlier this week.

Wes Johnson is no stranger to a Bethesda title after voicing Hermaeus Mora, Emperor Titus Mede II, and Sheogorath in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Daedric Princes, Boethiah, Malacath and Molag Bal in Morrowind.

He also starred in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 and most recently played Ron Hope in Starfield so it is perhaps no surprise that he would lend his voice to this amazing Fallout 4 mod.

Shady Motives was created to raise money and awareness for the Alzheimer's Association but can be downloaded to Fallout 4 for PC users right now. Additionally, there is a link to donate to the charity if you wish to do so.

In the meantime, it seems as though a Fallout 3 remake is not on the cards according to a recent interview with Bethesda head Todd Howard.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Fallout, Bethesda, Mods, PC