Fallout 4 Mod Insight: “Horizon – Survival Mode Expanded” Cory Thompson August 23, 2016 Gaming 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 Read More: Fully Modded Survivor: A Custom Guide to Crafting the Ultimate Fallout 4 Survival Experience Share It!