The Fallout 4 Mods That Should Have Been In The Original Game

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Fallout 4 is an incredibly dense game, but that doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. Thanks to a dedicated online community, some modders have fixed some of the game’s biggest faults.
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OCDecorator

Places loot items around settlements can be an absolute pain. Even if you do get it right, chances are they’ll be knocked over by NPCs at some point. This mod not only helps place items, but will lock them in place as well.
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Robot Home Defence

Turrets re great and all, but we’d all sleep much sounder knowing our settlements were guarded by Protectrons, Securitrons and Assaultrons. They don’t count towards a population cap and can be added as companions.
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Spring Cleaning

Sometime even though you’ve junked every piece of scrap in a settlement, there are still pile of garbage or clusters of rocks hanging around. This mod makes those blemishes removable.
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Any Mod Any Weapon

So self-explanatory. So awesome. Attatched any weapon modification to any weapon at a workbench with this mod.
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High Settlement Budget

The size of settlements are very restricted and can only use so many objects. This mod removes those restrictions.
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Craftable Ammunition

If you can craft meds and grenade, then why not ammo? Especially those pesky Mini Nukes which are so hard to find. You’ll still need to raise your Gun Nut, Science and Demolition perks to craft the best ammo.
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Homemaker

This mod gives you a ton of more options for your settlements, including plantable crops, more walls and fences, 30 new types of lights and new containers.
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Armorsmith Extended

It’s frustrating that only certain clothing can have armor added to it. With this mod you’ll be able to strap combat armor to your three piece suit if you so choose.
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