Bethesda’s Creation Club is a new program that’ll allow select development teams and modders to develop, polish, and release Fallout 4 and Skyrim content alongside Todd Howard’s magical toy factory. Modder CDante’s “Creation Club” is a different kind of club entirely. A golf club.
Remember paid mods and the fiasco that ensued after they launched? Well, Bethesda wants you to know that Creation Club—coming this summer to Skyrim and Fallout 4—isn’t that. But it does sound kinda similar.
Devin Smith runs End of Line Design, a lil’ company that makes very custom, very fancy video game controllers. His latest work is this Fallout-inspired piece that goes way beyond just changing the paint scheme.
Pilgrim is a mod for Fallout 4 that takes Bethesda’s Commonwealth and turns it into something you’d see in a game like Silent Hill.
This replica of a Fallout 4 Tesla Rifle, by Wasted Props, doesn’t just look like the real (well, you know) thing. It spins and “charges” like it as well.
I’ve spent months kicking this “Best” around. Considering all types of space lasers and sniper weapons and over-powered pistols. But no matter how many other weapons I consider, I always keep coming back to an antique Second World War battle rifle.
Ever wonder what Fallout: New Vegas would look like in in a newer engine? One modder is trying to make that fantasy into a reality, and the progress is sweet.
On PC, mods are the lifeblood of games like Skyrim and Fallout. Console owners eventually got mods too, but it’s not the same: the PS4 version of the game is severely limited by small file sizes and the inability to use external file assets. The joy of watching Thomas the Tank Engine careen across the sky might never…
We’ve all been there. Your Fallout costume just isn’t sitting right. It needs alterations. So you head to the nearest tailor looking like a poor-man’s storm trooper only to get hounded by the police who think you’re carrying a bomb on your back.
If there is any beauty to be found in Fallout 4's post-apocalyptic landscapes, leave it to Sir David Attenborough to try and find it.
The PlayStation 4 Pro support patch for Fallout 4 arrived this week, delivering 1440p resolution, increased draw distances and enhanced Godray effects. YouTube’s Candyland created a video demonstrating the small but significant enhancements players can expect from the patch.
The promised free Fallout 4 high-resolution texture pack released on PC yesterday, making the game look a bit better when you get close to things in exchange for a large chunk of hard drive space.
You may have seen the news on your Facebook feed, or on the front page of Reddit’s popular r/games subreddit: Obsidian is making Fallout New Vegas 2! This would all be well and good, except for the fact that they’re not.
If you want the power armor in your PC version of Fallout 4 to look this gloriously scratched and rusted, you’d best bring the hardware. Bethesda’s official high-resolution texture pack features some weighty recommended specs, including an AMD card that isn’t even out yet.
Sex and sexuality isn’t one size fits all in real life. But in Fallout 2, there’s a literal formula that determines how good your character is at boning.
It’s been said that video games are all smoke-and-mirrors—elaborate feats of code and trickery that imply possibilities far greater than what you’re actually able to do. Sometimes, though, the truth is much stranger. Sometimes the truth is radios powered by invisible cats.