Fallout 4 Full Dialogue Mod Released
Bethesda hasn’t even released the actual modding tools (it should happen in early 2016, barring any delays) and yet clever gamers have already cooked some impressive things, such as the Fallout 4 full dialogue mod.
Most roleplaying games lately have gone the way of paraphrase, but sometimes this means that you may regret your dialogue choice once it’s properly spelled out. With this Fallout 4 full dialogue mod, the problem just goes away, since the game will now display the full lines of what your character is going to say.
Take a look at these screenshots:
Now, there are two versions of this Fallout 4 full dialogue mod. The full one also contains an interface revamp which orders all dialogue options in a list and allows you to use the number keys for input instead of arrow keys, as you may have noticed above.
The lite one on the other hand is compatible with controllers, since it still uses the old interface.
However, there might be some instances where the old interface doesn’t really mix well with long lines, such as in this case (beware of mild spoilers).
Moreover, the mod (which is still in beta, so it’s not completely polished yet) is presently available in Russian and English languages, though the creator has stated his intention to eventually make it available for every language Fallout 4 was released in.
Of course, right now this is only available for PC players. However, since Bethesda announced that mods will be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (in that order) at some point, there’s still hope for console gamers to get something akin to this mod.
In related news, Nexus Mod Manager has been updated to support Fallout 4 and its mods.