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The Best Fallout: New Vegas Mods in January 2020

Check out the list of best mods at Fallout: New Vegas

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Fallout: New Vegas is undoubtedly one of the best post-apocalyptic action role-playing video game. For the unversed, there are almost 20,000 mods out there for Fallout: New Vegas but finding the best mods is not an easy task. Making it easier your work, we have shortlisted some of the best Fallout: New Vegas mods featuring everything from small tweaks and aesthetic changes to additional quests and new characters to massive overhauls of the game’s inner workings.

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If you have not used any mods in Fallout: New Vegas, do not need to wonder, our best Fallout: New Vegas mods guide will explain everything that a beginner should know. Yes, we have got you covered everything from how to get best Fallout: New Vegas mods to how to make the video game more interesting and engaging by installing the mods.

How to install Fallout: New Vegas Mods?

Before we introduce you a list of best Fallout: New Vegas mods, let us tell you how you can install multiple mods in the video game. If you have been playing the video game for a long time, then you must know how to do install mods. But, if you a re new to this game, you must be confused. Do not worry, installing a mod into Fallout: New Vegas is quite easy.

All you have to do is just put the new filed you have downloaded into the ‘Data’ folder of your Fallout: New Vegas installation. If you have the Steam version, it will surely look like this:

C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\Common\Fallout New Vegas\Data

Windows will inform you that you are overwriting files, so press ‘OK’ to accept the changes. Before you begin modding in case you need to return Fallout: New Vegas to its original form, making a backup of your Data folder is highly recommended.

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You must be looking forward to install multiple mods but we would advise you to pick only best to use the Fallout Mod Manager. This installs and uninstalls mods for you with a lot more ease than doing it manually.

In order to set it up, you will have to download it first and then install the program. It’s then useful to create  a folder on your device called ‘Fallout New Vegas mods’ or something looks like this. The downloaded file will be in .zip files, so use something like WinRAR to extract the mod files into your new ‘Fallout New Vegas mods’ folder.

In Fallout Mod Manager, open the ‘Package Manager’ using the button to the right hand side of the window. You will see a button in the new window labelled ‘Add FOMod’. Click this, and then use the file browser to discover your mod folder and select the desired mod. The installed mod will be shown in the Package Manager window, with a tick box next to it. If the checkbox is ticked, the mod will be active in your game. Just un-tick the mod, if you want to remove it from the game.

List of Best Fallout: New Vegas Mods

Fallout New Vegas Script Extender

Looking for bigger and complex Fallout: New Vegas mods, you are required to use New Vegas Script Extender (NVSE). It is a modder’s resource expanding the scripting capabilities of Fallout: New Vegas.  NVESE does so without modifying the executable files on disk, so there are no permanent side effects.

This mod makes sure that game’s script is sufficiently extended letting hundreds of mods to work at the same time.

FNV 4 GB Patcher

Unfortunately, FNV 4G Patcher is a must mod rather than a fun or interesting one. It allows it to use more memory,  to increase stability and to reduce script lag and crashes from memory overload, a problem New Vegas shares with Skyrim where save bloat increases over time (exponentially so with mods) until eventually a given save file is very large for the game to process.

New Vegas Anti Crash (NVAC)

Similar to FNV 4GB Patcher, New Vegas Anti Crash is also a must one. It a simple mod helping to reduce the chances of crashing but combined with the 4 GB Patcher and NVSE you’re in pretty good shape.

Fallout: New Vegas is a little on the buggy side sadly, and can be quite susceptible to crashing to desktop.

NMC’s Texture Pack

For the unversed, there are multiple world in New Vegas and NMC’s Texture Pack reskins almost all of it with high-definition textures that make the Mojave Wasteland look sharper. Roads, buildings, trees, and a lot of items have their textures replaced, making this a one-stop-mod for overhauling a huge percentage of New Vegas’s visuals.

Fallout Character Overhaul (FCO)

FCO is a complete revamp of characters in Fallout:NV changing almost everything possible that there is to change, making it a lot easier to make a nicer looking character as well as making all characters in Fallout look a lot more realistic.

In order get the access to this mod, you just have to to into the console and type ‘showracemenu’. This is just the races module at the moment though as adapting NPC’s takes more time. This is a partial port of this mod.

EVE-Essential Visual Enhancements

This mod addresses all the various animations and effects that usually take place in combat, be that the ejection of a bullet from a gun, or the blood squirt as said bullet impacts on enemy flesh. Explosions, particle effects, critical hits, and impact wounds are all reanimated and overhauled to look significantly more impressive and violent.

Essential Visual Enhancement is one of the best Fallout: New Vegas mods we have as of now.

Project Nevada

This Fallout: New Vegas mod is designed to make the video game more challenging and fun. You have a choice to pick which ones are installed, letting you a degree of control about how far you stray from the ‘vanilla’ experience.

The modules cover Core systems such as health, vision, and bullet time, Cyberware: which implants you with a variety of bionic enhancements, Rebalance: which overhauls all the RPG systems of the game, and Equipment: which adds a huge selection of new usable gear to the game.

What makes it the best Fallout: New Vegas mod is that it can be completely customized. Yes, you are allowed to change all the features, activate or de-activate from its mod page. This is one of the mods that we will recommend to install in Fallout: New Vegas.

The Someguy Series

It is a master mod mad made by someguy2000. What all we can do is to just recommend the best mod but it is totally up to you to which mods to install. Talking about The Someguy series, his quests and companions can be acted hrough voice and quite interesting plot-wise after the first  and just keep getting better both in voice acting quality, complexity, and plot as time goes on. You would not regret installing this mod in Fallout: NV.

New Vegas Uncut

Unlike Someguy series, New Vegas Uncut is a collection of mods. The aim behind the mod is to finish and add content that was meant to be added to New Vegas, but was never released, usually due to lack of time constraint on Obsidian’s part.

From weapons to entire quests, this collection of mods surely make the game more friendly and could even be considered canon content.

Basically any mod that adds new quests, areas, some items, or NPCs to Freeside (which is a lot) breaks with Freeside Open in the mix. It also has one quest deep into New Vegas Bounties that we have mentioned above and makes the quest impossible to complete without going into the mod’s files, sifting through the quest stages, and using the console to move the quest ahead.

Beyond Boulder Dome

Wait a minute, before you allow the silly name throw you off, may I get your attention. Beyond Boulder Dome is an arguably the best Fallout: New Vegas mod based on the Boulder Dome location from Fallout: Van Buren (a sadly never realized third Fallout game from Black Isles Studios before they went under, that has extensive notes on what a lot of Fallout’s world looks like and was the partial basis for New Vegas itself) that has an interesting and disturbing atmosphere.

Yukichigai Unofficial Patch

The Fallout: New Vegas is undoubtedly a buggy game, but there are multiple patches in it. There are certain patches that make the game unique among Bethesda’s games with active modding scenes. Fortunately, the community of mod that exist to fix every single problem not addressed in the official patches. It may not add a cool new gun or open up a fantastic quest line, but it goes a long way to making the game a memorable experience.

Mod Configuration Menu

Not one, there are multiple Fallout 4 mods available so you must need something to organise all of them and there Mod Configuration Menu comes handy. You will see this feature at the top of the pause menu and provides a central location to tinker with all the settings of the mods you have installed. With more sliders, buttons, and checkboxes that you can shake a mole rat at, make sure you install this mod early on and fiddle with all your mods nice and simply.

Fallout 4 Cel-shaded

Fallout’s semi-realistic art style is usually beautiful, and just as frequently hideous. If its inconsistencies irritates you, perhaps throwing it through SweetFX and turning it into this cel-shaded comic book is for you. The result is, naturally, Borderlands by Bethesda, but it works quite well for a mod that simply retrofits filters over everything.

Enhanced Blood Textures

You will see a lot of blood in Fallout 4. Great torrents of thick, spattery blood. Since you are going to see a lot of it, it makes sense to make sure it looks as pretty as it possibly can. That is exactly what Enhanced Blood Textures does in Fallout: New Vegas.

 

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