The densest blizzard I've ever seen in a video game, inside the city, with rad lightning going off all over the sky. Doesn't have a whole lot to do with radiation or any other conspiracy theory, it's just the way our capital is during that season - sweltering hot and arid dry. No performance issues, just want to get that out of the way : I've been to a few areas and it really is amazing. Copyright © 2017 the following usernames: HorseRider tesrenewal. This mod makes the map actually useful, with clearly visible roads, train tracks, topography, distinct waterlines, better placement of map markers, optional numbered gridlines, and even the option to number regions. As for why the game does this, I have no idea.
For what it is worth, it offers 4 different seasons of landscape. The only thing about the overcast weather + shadows is that it makes settlers faces a bit harder to see from far away, but I usually have my flashlight on. Probably because it doesn't see houses we build as separate cells or something, like Skyrim made us go through loading screens to get into our Hearthfire houses, which had no rain in. Using the Pip-boy or Power Armor headlamp is highly advised in this totally immersive and unforgiving mod, not only giving better weather visuals, but an eerie existence after the sun goes down. But I can never seem to force it via Vivid weather control or by chance. I don't have any screenshots or videos to show this particular setup, but I'm planning in the near future to start a new Fallout 4 Survival series over on Youtube.
As others have said Vivid Weathers and Nuclear Weathers are the best rated weather mods for this. The most notable thing is the way the shadows are subtly used to create more detail. Btw get this mod The first thing that i dont like about ur ss is the road. You just don't see it in-game. I still have to look at a few places, like the Prydwen and the Glowing Sea, but every inch of the Commonwealth looks a bit different now, and I think it'll be a while before I fast-travel again. The only thing about the overcast weather + shadows is that it makes settlers faces a bit harder to see from far away, but I usually have my flashlight on.
It might go nicely with and visible at greater distances. That would be great to clear things up when traveling downtown. Heavy rains, dust storms, radiation rains. So, if you plan on visiting the Commonwealth any time soon, be sure to pack a change of clothes. Doing something different, but not too different, would be nice. I'd like to see some more weather affects - breath freezing, scope fogging, maybe some stuff with how gusts of winds can move sounds around and make things sound like they are coming from different directions, What about your stream of piss freezing in the wind, mid-flow. Though you could use Nuclear Weathers and Vivid Weathers together with some fiddling.
Radiation rains are back in effect. These holotapes should automatically appear in your inventory. I'm making a concise tutorial on how to edit the different aspects of True Storms to get it how you want it using xEdit, stay tuned! It makes towns and shelters much more useful too, so you can't just wait or sleep outside in the cold. There was a mod for this and I attempted my own, but I had some serious drops with my 980ti; I have a 1080 now but I refuse to use a mod like that. If i would be a modder, i wouldnt have assumed, take care Clearly you are one, germans like you and i are born to be natural modders, wether you want to accept that or not is up to you. I wanted a post apocalyptic game set in a nuclear winter type setting before i even knew about Skyrim, i was just using Skyrim as an example.
I spent a few hours exploring the world in the autumn, before changing to winter as I journeyed south and the complete change in colour palette is striking, and very convincing. On the next page, some mods to enhance your gameplay. We would be hit with radiation and soon get radiation poisoning and possibly die if you had minor or average radiation poisoning or you couldn't find shelter in time. Sand storm is like heavy fog but with a sense of fast moving fog and wind noise. As for why the game does this, I have no idea.
First and foremost, I would like a decent ruined city environment. New Roads Enhanced improves the roads of the world, and I find the roads really pop out from the surrounding terrain. I doubt will see a Fallout game that isn't taking place in America. How is that lore friendly being able to do such things unless you are on drugs or a god. I've had exactly one frame rate issue. Huge resource usage, no noticeable performance loss, and I recommend keeping godrays off. I think I saw in one vid that you can switch the weathers through a holotape? The story would be that the forests weren't nuked because of their lack of human population and due to this same reason a lot of people headed towards them in case they weren't nuked and ended up being right, now they just have to survive in a place completely choked with animals and less guns+supplies.
Even in Fallout New Vegas the first item of clothing you get is a Vault 22 suit. You can find equipment that will keep you warmer for longer as you explore. One thing I will say is that you can't miss Valentine's detective agency. It's not a big change, but it adds a little realism to the game. Anyway there are a lot of differences between Elder Scrolls and Fallout. Because it's covered in snow and Fallout 4 will be built using the same engine, but again doesn't mean there will be snow. Yep and it hasn't left my load order.