Fallout 4: The Commonwealth Strikes Back
Fallout 4 is a very interesting, and difficult, game to talk about in regards to modding. By itself, were it not connected to the other Fallouts, Fallout 4 is a great game. It looks great, plays really well, and the addition of new gameplay mechanics make it easy to get lost in the excitement, such as Survival, settlements, and weapon/armor modding.
Unless you keep thinking about the previous games. Specifically, Fallout 3 and New Vegas. Roleplaying in both games were paramount to their success, and in a way, FO4 lost that. You are forced into one of two particular roles from the very beginning: a mother or father, and it refused to let you think otherwise for most the game.
Now I aim to fix that. In this guide I will be focusing on improving three core things: survival, roleplaying, and performance. I will not be going into the nitty-gritty of technical details until I have finished writing up the base of this guide.