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This Fallout 4 mod adds all four seasons to your game

A new mod by GameDuchess brings a number of new season-related weather options to Fallout 4.

Bethesda’s Fallout 4 has been available for only a few months now, but modders are already creating some incredible things for the PC.

This new mod by GameDuchess allows you to play through all four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.

It also provides more expansive day/night cycles that naturally mimic real-life seasons.

The mod creator has warned of potential frame rate drops though, so be careful if you fancy installing it.

Related: Fallout 4 Review

GameDuchess plans to update the mod when Bethesda releases the Fallout 4 Creation Kit later this year.

It’s recommended that you play with only one season at a time for optimal performance though, at least until things are further optimised.

In the future, GameDuchess hopes to update the mod to switch between different seasons automatically.

Check out a full description of each season below:

  • FALL SEASON Bright autumn foliage and plants. Harvest time looks for appropriate crops.

  • WINTER SEASON It’s snow everywhere folks! And “snowing” too if you like. Mostly everything is dead, dried out or slumbering.

  • SPRING SEASON Quite colorful. Crops are green, and bright blooming flowers and plants!

  • SUMMER SEASON Less bright greens, few flowers, harvest time looks for appropriate crops.

If you’re looking into modding your Fallout 4 world, be sure to check out our Top 7 Mods.


Will you be getting the four seasons mod? Let us know in the comments below.

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