There’s no need to fall out with each other over which community has the best mods out there. The Fallout series has always been one of them!
There are plenty of mods on Fallout 4, and the reason behind that is Bethesda doesn’t mind mods for their games. They know once their players finish one of their games, they want to replay it with a different experience. Instead of offering different ways to play, Bethesda knows they can just open modding up to its players so they can use their game as a playground to have something different to do after they’ve finished the main game.
Bethesda even has official modding support where they can add on all kinds of new features, beautiful characters, and new gameplay. Some mods let you create something addition that fun to do in the game. One of the mods you can play around with is the Fallout 4 Nier Automata mod.
One of the first things people know of Nier Automata is the main protagonist, 2B. Whether people like it or not, 2B has some kind of impression on them based on how the character is dressed.
Seeing as the game is from Japan, there’s clearly a Japanese gothic lolita influence when it comes to her dress. Of course, the Western audience is going to eat it up due to how sexualized the outfit seems to be. It doesn’t seem to make any sense because why would an android created to be a fighter need boots, a cleavage window, and a blindfold?
2B has taken over the modding community across multiple games! People want to play other games, such as Fallout 4, and bring 2B’s aesthetic with them. Fortunately, the Fallout 4 Nier Automata mod allows Fallout 4 players to dress their character up in the iconic armor of Nier Automata’s protagonist. Of course, a character’s physical attraction is why we play games, right?
And if applying Nier Automata mods successfully tempted you to play the game itself, you’d be glad to know it’s got its own mods for outfits! and mods from FAR. Well, not sure how to calculate digital distances, but you might need some help getting those FAR mods to work.
Fallout 4 is not the only game that gets influenced by 2B and A2. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is enjoying its modding freedom to freely bring in our heroines!