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Fallout 4 superfan explains how to upgrade the game to look like Fallout 5

Sam Cawley

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Fallout 4 superfan explains how to upgrade the game to look like Fallout 5

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A Fallout 4 player has shared a video tutorial on how to make your game look next-gen as if Fallout 5 had been released early.

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Bethesda fans who are waiting for the next game in the Fallout series will be disappointed to know it’ll be a good few years till they get a new game.

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While Fallout 5 has been confirmed, it’s currently scheduled to release after The Elder Scrolls VI, which only recently went into official production after the successful launch of Starfield.

That being said, Starfield is still Bethesda’s main priority at the moment, as the developer is already planning additional updates for the game to optimise its performance, fix glitches, and even introduce some DLC expansions sometime next year. Mod support is also planned via the introduction of Creation Club 2.0.

This means a release window for Fallout 5 is moving further, and further away, so fans will have to stick with previous games in the series in the meantime, most notably Fallout 4, which is the topic of today’s discussion.

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A superfan of the game, Markfusion, has shared a video featuring several graphical and gameplay enhancement mods, which when combined, transform the game into the closest thing we’ll get to Fallout 5, at least until the official release.

The video showcases mods like Enhanced Lights and FX, Cinematic Lensflares,

Fallout 4 HD Overhaul, Nuclear Reloaded and many more, introduce a variety of graphical improvements that aren’t featured in the base game.

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The results are outstanding, and we can honestly say the game has never looked better. The only caveat is you’ll likely need some decently powerful hardware in order to run all the mods, especially the advanced lighting ones.

If you want to experience Fallout 4 in an entirely new way or get a taste of what Fallout 5 could potentially look like, this is definitely something to check out.

Topics: Fallout, Bethesda, Mods

Sam Cawley
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