The Fallout 4 modding community may not be able to fix the game’s mildly annoying bugs and glitches, but they can definitely make the game look better and run smoother. One of the most recent Fallout 4 mods that caught our eye is one that improves the game’s textures by making them sharper, but what’s really impressive is the fact that these new textures actually use less VRAM when compared to the original ones. The mod was created by “Hein84”, and it focuses on improving the game’s terrain surfaces, which means that rocks, mud and overall ground textures will look sharper and more eye-catching with it installed. If you are interested in installing this particular mod, you can download it right here and follow the instructions in the description. Below you will find a series of screenshots that show how the game looked before and after the modifications.
Moreover, a user named “Fr4nsson” has released another noteworthy mod that alters the game’s lighting in order to ensure a more realistic experience. The “Realistic Lights” mod for Fallout 4 does make the game a bit darker, but judging from what I’ve seen in the screenshots, the result is incredibly superior to what Bethesda has implemented by default. Go ahead and download “Realistic Lights” from here and make sure to let us know what you think about it.