Fallout 4 is nearly seven years old, but YouTuber Digital Dreams has posted a new Beyond All Limits showcase to demonstrate that it can still look stunning on PC when packed with over three hundred mods and Reshade Ray Tracing.
For the latter, you'll need access to Pascal Gilcher's screen space ray tracing shader, available to Patreon subscribers or via GeForce Experience's built-in filters. Digital Dreams also posted his own updated Fallout 4 Reshade preset, which again is available only to Patreon subscribers.
That said, the rest of the visual overhaul is largely owed to freely downloadable mods and graphics enhancements. You can find a list below.
- Savrenx HD Vanilla Landscape
- Flaconoil's Complete Retexture Project
- Langley's HD Texture Workshop (Packed)
- NMC’S texture bundle
- Rubblerock Redone 4K
- Vaultsuits UHD
- Unique Prefabs
- 4K Posters Retexture by Wolf7808
- Radiant clouds and fogs
- Roads Redone 4K
- Gravel Redone 4K
- FAR - Faraway Area Reform
- WAVE - Wave Animation Vanilla Enhanced
- Better Leaf Piles
- Bridge from Far Harbor to Longfellow's Cabin
- Church Walls 4K Retexture
- Vehicle Overhaul
- Scopes Framework
- Dense Landscape
- Flora FX Overhaul (Smaller Leaves Optimized)
- Wasteland Illumination
- Lighting Series All In One
- Radioactive Signs Lighting
- Enhanced Lights and FX
- NAC X - Natural and Atmospheric Commonwealth X: Legacy Edition
- APEX ENB for NAC - True Storms and Vivid Weather
Fallout 4 modding will likely continue for a long while since there is no new Fallout single player game in sight. Bethesda Game Studios confirmed that a new installment will eventually be made, but only after the release of Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI, which means we'll have to wait for the next decade.
Meanwhile, fans only have the upcoming Amazon Prime Video TV series and the continued support for Fallout 76, which just received the free content update Expeditions: The Pitt, where players go back to Pittsburgh, a location first visited in Fallout 3.