There's an awesome new Fallout 4 mod that lets you see the full dialogue paths before you choose your response.
For the first time, Bethesda introduced character voice acting in Fallout 4, but although it's pretty cool you never quite know what your character is actually going to say.
However, one speedy modder has now fixed that problem, making sure your previous choices of the basic "yes", "no", "sarcastic", "more info" or "paraphrase" is now written out in full.
That's thanks to a mod named NewDialog mod, which replaces the conversation interface with a number list similar to that of Fallout 3 and New Vegas.
"This mod makes the game display the full lines of what your character is going to say in conversation, instead of just a paraphrase," explains the Nexusmod details. "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."
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The original creator of the mod was a chap named Shadwar, who managed to make and release the mod just eight days after the Fallout 4 release date.
Shadwar was responsible for the Russian NewDialog and the interface revamp, but our new favourite person Cirosan translated it into English by replacing the text files.
It's available now via Nexusmods.