Fallout 4 PC Dialogue Mod Helps You Say What You Mean
Conversation lines laid out in full, thanks to fan-made PC mod.
The Fallout 4 mod community has been working around the clock making tweaks to Bethesda's post-apocalyptic opus. Among the latest crop of releases is a mod that changes the way the game's conversations work, providing players with clear responses to pick from, instead of vague paraphrases.
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The mod, plainly titled "Full Dialogue Interface," forces the game to "display the full lines of what your character is going to say in conversation" thus leaving much less room for error when talking to NPCs. The mod is based on the Russian NewDialog mod, originally developed by Shadwar.
"Thanks to shadwar's work, it also revamps the interface so that the game will now display dialogue options in a list and use the number keys for input, instead of clustering all of them together and forcing you to use the arrow keys," explains Cirosan, who created the English version.
Full Dialogue Interface is available on NexusMods, along with instructions on how to install it.
Fallout 4 launched on November 10 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Bethesda shipped 12 million physical copies of the game to retailers for launch day, though it's unclear how many were actually sold through to consumers. Research group SuperData has said the game sold 1.8 million copies across digital channels in its first three days. Whatever the case, the game is clearly off to a strong start.
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