As compared to PC, there are very limited Fallout 4 mods available for PS4 due to Bethesda restrictions. However, there are still many PS4 mods that are a must-have. Today, let’s take a look at a quintessential Fallout 4 PS4 mod list with 17 best options.
In my opinion, Fallout 4 is the best Bethesda game out there that still stands strong after 7 years of release. Available for PC, Xbox One, and PS4, this survival game has a rating of 9 on Steam, which speaks volumes about its popularity. And even if something was missing from the game, the hundreds of mods available for Fallout 4 online have managed to fill those gaps.
While there are tons of PC Nexus mods for Fallout 4, there are limited options available for PS4 due to the limitations set by Bethesda. However, there are still some really impressive Fallout 4 PS4 mods that have managed to get thousands of downloads. So we decided to put together a list of these mods for PS4 fans of Fallout 4.
Let’s take a look at the ideal Fallout 4 PS4 mod list, shall we?
the ultimate fallout 4 ps4 mod list [ranked]
#17 All Map Markers – Fast Travel Enabled
Are you sick of walking all the way from one location to another? Do you wish there was a way to just teleport to the next destination? Are you looking for a faster way to travel? If so, then your wishes have been granted, my friend.
This mod adds all the map markers to your map so that you can travel to them quickly. Do note that this is only to take your from your location to the destination. It does not increase your experience points when these markers are added to your map.
So don’t expect to get a sudden level boost that you normally do when you discover different locations. In order to make up for all the experience loss, you will have to opt for other ways like crafting, combat, or doing missions. What’s more, this mod only adds map markers from the base game and not from the DLC.
#16 Quick Hack And Pick
Are you looking for a quick way to hack all the terminals and unlock all the locks? If so, this mod just what you need. The Quick Hack and Pick mod makes it possible for each terminal to only have a single word to select. Moreover, it increases your lockpicking skills so you can unlock all the locks quickly.
However, you will need to level up and achieve perks where needed. It’s a pretty simple mod to make your job a little easier.
Download the Quick Hack And Pick mod now for Fallout 4 on PS4
#15 Overgrowth, Immersive Living Forests And Grasslands
Have you grown tired of how dull and lifeless the Wasteland looks? Say no more. This mod adds lively forests to the Wasteland. This mod makes adds lively forests and grasslands to become a section of the Commonwealth’s biome without completely overhauling the area.
So add a little color and lush greenery without changing the original feel of the Wasteland. However, do note that this mod may not work with other mods that alter the locations in the game.
#14 Companion Infinite Ammo
Want your companions to never run out of ammo? This mod does exactly that by giving infinite amounts of ammo to your current companion. Your companion will have an infinite supply of ammo if their inventory has the relevant ammo.
For instance, if your companion has a single unit of a 5mm round, they will be able to fire their Minigun infinitely.
So if you are sick of managing your companion’s ammo and would like to get rid of the responsibility, this is the perfect mod for you. It’s a pretty basic and clean edit that allows you to enjoy the companion inventory system of Fallout: New Vegas.
#13 Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch [UFO4P]
This massive bugfixing mod fixes all the known bugs in Fallout 4. It fixes all the bugs left behind by the game developers in an all-in-one patch. So if you are tired of all the pesky bugs in the vanilla game, you don’t need to download multiple mods for each bug. The Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch will fix all those bugs for you.
Here are some of the most notable features in this mod:
- Fixes hundreds of NPC, gameplay, object, quest, item, placement, and text bugs.
- Does not make any unsafe changes.
- Is compatible with most of the other mods.
If you don’t find a fix for a specific bug, you can report it to the mod creator and they will fix that for you too. Place this mod at the top of the load order for it to work.
#12 Starting SPECIAL = 70
This is a pretty basic mod that makes changes to the SPECIAL points you can get when creating your character. It sets the SPECIAL points value to 70, allowing you to get a 10 in every single SPECIAL stats. Even if you disable the mod after using it, the SPECIAL values will remain the same. Pretty special, right? Pun intended.
#11 Legendary Modification
Have you ever wondered if there was a way to craft your own legendary weapon in Fallout 4? Well, thanks to this mod, there is a way now! If you have ever wanted a certain legendary perk in a weapon, you can now make that possible with the Legendary Modification mod.
This mod allows you to get any legendary modification to any armor or weapon you want. All you need is a workbench to apply the modification and create your very own legendary weapons and armor.
For instance, some of the legendary items you can make are:
- A Firelance (Incendiary Alient BlasteR)
- Sole Survivors Silencer
- A Two-Shot Plasma Sniper
So go crazy with the combinations and create as many legendary armor and weapons as you want!
#10 Unlimited Resources Shipment
The Unlimited Resources Shipment mod adds a new shipment in Fallout 4 that gives you access to over 99,999 resources. You can find this shipment in the miscellaneous area of resources and craft it in the workshop.
You can either store the shipment in the workshop by placing it down, or pick it up to carry all the resources with you without being restricted by carry weight limitations. How practical, right?
#9 STS – Scrap That Settlement! – Base Game
As you can guess, this mod makes most of the stuff in the game scrap-able. Except for buildings, structures, shacks, walkways, roads, telephone poles, wire mounts, rock cliffs, wires, light sources, and idle markers, you can scrap all the other things in the settlements.
The modder also aims to make all the items mentioned above scrap-able. All the items that appear to be in green can be scrapped. Check out the mod page below to see where you should place this mod in the load order, as it is quite critical to its functionality.
#8 UCO Base Game (Core Component Of Unified Clothing Overhaul)
This mod allows players to customize both the functions and appearance of their craft gear and gear in multiple ways. This also includes all the custom and rare items. However, in order for you to make these changes, you will need to craft them yourself. The mod itself will not make any customizations of changes.
Here are some of the best features of this mod:
- Allows layering for armor pieces over full body armor and clothing.
- Upgrades all the armor, clothes, helmets, hats, glasses, and bandanas with linings and ballistic weave.
- Lets you change the colors of most of the armor clothing items.
- Allows you to have an invisible armor.
- Adds armor pieces options in heavy, light, and sturdy variants.
- Allows you to craft most of the items.
- Lets you craft synth and alien costumes.
- Allows you to swap the decals on your combat armor.
- Lets you swap the legendary effects on any item.
In order for this mod to work, you will need to download the Armor and Weapon Keywords Community Resource mod.
#7 Busty Mod
Aptly named, the Busty mod changes the bust size of your character and NPCs to increase their volume and appearance. After installing the mod, visit the surgeon in Diamond City to change the shape of your character’s body and make it look more attractive.
In addition to increasing the bust size of your character’s body, this mod also automatically applies the changes to any clothing or armor you wear. However, do note that this mod does add any body textures or meshes. It changes the scales of the existing game models.
#6 Water Redux Mod
This mod overhauls the visuals of water in Fallout 4 to make it appear more realistic. This immersive graphics mod tweaks the vanilla visuals of water in the Wasteland while sticking to the lore. As a result, all the water in the game will look like it does in real world.
Some of the water is more visible, clear, and clean. Whereas other water bodies are more dirty or stagnant. The aim of the mod is not clean all the water in the game. Instead, it aims to make the different bodies of water appear realistic and natural. This means that it will appear clean where it is supposed to be clean, and dirty where it makes sense.
What’s more, the depth of different water bodies will also appear correctly from the surface. The current features of this mod include:
- Water Clarity
- Dirty Water
- Underwater Visibility
Check out the mod page below to read more in detail about these features.
#5 No Build Limit – No DLC
As you can guess from its name, this mod removes the build limit in all of the base game settlements so are not restricted by any limitations. However, in order for this mod to work, you will need the base game. Moreover, you will need to place this mod at the end or near the end of your load order.
You can use this mod on both the saved games and the new ones. But do note that this mod is not compatible with those that modify the workbench.
#4 All You Can Carry – Unlimited_Weight
As you can guess from its name, the All You Can Carry mod allows you to carry as much weight as you want. There are no more limitations on the carry weight you are allowed. Just make sure this mod is not placed near similar mods that alter the base carry weight in the game.
What’s more, you will have to change your strength to view the new carry weight. So make the most of this mod by wearing the most stylish clothes, carrying plenty of drinks, and keeping everything you like.
#3 Choose Your Own Perks
As you can guess from its name, the Choose Your Own Perks mod allows you to pick the perks of your choice. Just get your hands on a book, read it, and you will achieve the perk you read about.
What’s more, you don’t even need to start a new game in order for this mod to work. You can just add it to your current saved game. Moreover, this mod is compatible with all the other mods. So you don’t need to worry about anything.
You can find this locker by the lift at Vault 111. The only caveat is that you need to read the perks from the lowest to the highest. If you read them the other way around, you won’t get the perk.
#2 Better Graphics And Weather – NO DLC
This mod makes some really amazing aesthetic changes in Fallout 4 by improving the in-game graphics and adding weather effects. From sunsets and water to the skies, everything is much more improved and realistic now. There is also a DLC version of this mod.
So go ahead and make some much-needed weather and graphics improvements in Fallout 4.
#1 Cheat Room
Cheat Room is one of the most popular mods for several games that adds a cheat room in the game. Located near Vault 111, this cheat room allows you to get your hands on nearly every item in the game to cheat and progress.
Just find the vault icon on the Pipboy after enabling the mod. The icon will appear once you are in that area. However, do note that the scripts and textures in this mod won’t work as this is a PS4 mod.
So what does this mod really add on PS4? Check out the list below:
- A cheat room
- Cheat rings
- Every single item in the game
- Cheat weapons
- Some really cool chests
- A Legendary chest that creates items instantly
- Doors leading to various places
- An All Power armor
- Cheat weapons
- A Pre-war Vault 111
- A shooting range
- Pre-war Sanctuary Hills
- Fast Traveling to anywhere from the Cheat Room
- Map Marker
So get your hands on this mod if you are looking for some help to carry out all the missions quickly.
So that’s gonna do it guys. I hope this ultimate Fallout 4 PS4 mod list comes in handy the next time you are playing on your console. All the mods in this list are the most popular ones ever created for the game on PS4. So if you are looking for a better and much more immersive experience in Fallout 4, try out your desired ones from the list above.