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Explore the Wasteland in Fallout 4 as Buzz Lightyear

There’s a brand new Fallout 4 mod that lets you explore the Wasteland as Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear.

The Buzz Lightyear Paladin Danse mod is now available, allowing to kit out your buddy Danse with a rather fetching Power Armour.

Accessible via NexusMod thanks to modder Sorenova, the Buzz Lightyear Power Armour is a little tricky to obtain at present.

First you need to have Danse as a follower, then find the Power Armour from a station on Prydwen.

You’ll then have to trade the armour with him and press T to make him wear it.

“Don’t forget the hood! It’s the icing on the cake!” explained modder Sorenova. “If his hood has been lost, type ‘player.additem e1a39’ to add it to your inventory [and] equip it on him the same way you would the armour.”

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You can head to the mod’s Nexusmod page for further instructions, as it’s quite a complicated process at the moment.

However, it will become a lot easier when the official Fallout 4 mod tools, known as the Creation Kit, are released next year.

Currently Fallout 4 mods are only available on PC. But, Bethesda has confirmed that the mods will be available some point next year on consoles – first Xbox One and then PS4.

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