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‘Fallout 4’ News & Update: New Mods Finally Come; Removed Contents Revealed

Update Date: Jan 02, 2017 07:30 AM EST

Little did fans know, "Fallout 4" has a lot of scrapped content that could possibly change the way the gamers play. However, new mods now finally arrived that alter HUD, carrying a new firearm, and carries a new military base,

A lot of modifications have been made for "Fallout 4," as noted by a blogger named One Angry Gamer. The first one is by Gopher. This mode is intended to give captivating visual interaction that can disable the game's HUD that could clear up the screen while playing. But, it could still give an update with its heads-up-display.

The second mod for "Fallout 4" is made by Covadonga, adding a new Remington 870 Magnum to the game. The last one is added by the modder named Greekrage and features a new military base set on an isolated island that could work as the gamer's storage and explorer that is also equipped with different gears and items. Anyone who wants to download these mods by NexusMods, just click here.

Meanwhile, Tweak Town reported that there are also a number of contents that have been removed in "Fallout 4." This includes gears like spears, crossbows and the likes. Also, some aquatic animals, such as killer squids, dolphins and a whole lot more.

The reduction may be a little weird, but the eliminated applications might be useful for "Fallout 4" players. If spears weren't cut out, gamers could now possibly use exploding spears, dive into illuminating seas using old-school diving bells and suits to face the transforming dolphins and killer squids with the use of harpoon gun. In fact, this mod is already named 20 Leagues Under the Sea and has its own Vault Boy animation.

Aside from spears, "Fallout 4" has a different kind of environments that are less dynamic than "Battlefield 1." Other throwable weapons found are javelins, saw blades, hatchets, rad crossbow and an unfinished Chinese Assault Rifle seen in "Fallout 3." The much-loved Bethesda game could have been a little different with the additions of these abolish stuff, but it is still a triple-A release, however.

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