In preparation for the upcoming Nuka World expansion, I’ve been experimenting will all manner of Falllout 4 mods. My goal? The most hardcore, diverse, and enthralling Survival Experience possible.Yesterday, I installed a brand new mod called Horizon – Survival Expanded. Horizon adjusts a huge number of things about Fallout 4, including leveling, loot, health and combat. I loaded Horizon into my Version of Fallout 4 and started a new save last night, and streamed live on the GameTraders Facebook. The video is an hour and a half, but I’ve got the timestamps for the best parts.
29 Minutes – Immortal Deer | 57 – Minutes Machete Fight | 1 hour – Deathclaw fight.
I’ve seemed to misjuded my audio levels resulting in inaudible microphone, but overall this was a very enjoyable mod to play. However, the issue I’ve noticed is it seems to have conflicts with every other mod I have. If you’re interested in this mod, check the features below and consider playing it standalone.
- Massive overhaul and rebalance of many gameplay elements: Stats, NPC’s, items, perks, loot, etc.
- Survival and combat is more challenging without feeling bloated
- Most perks have been rebalanced, and some are completely redesigned
- The loot system has been revamped, reducing the overabundance of many items
- New crafted items and components for medical supplies and utilities
- New settlement objects: defenses, vendors, decorations, and a new type of crafting station
- New carry weight bonuses that can be crafted based on your allies and skills
- New fast travel system built for survival mode
- Various minor tweaks and bug fixes
- Optional screen effect tweaks
- Full support for all DLC’s