The mod allows you to edit configurations in the game engine, including terrain, LOD, and more.
Fallout 76 might not be receiving proper mods until the game’s private servers go online in late 2019, but a few minor ones have already cropped up online. Another such mod, made by modder Bilago on Nexusmods, allows PC users to modify game settings that are otherwise inaccessible.
Essentially, all the game files used in the game’s engine itself are accessible through the mod, and can be configured manually, allowing you to modify things that you can’t otherwise find in the game’s settings. That includes everything from the terrain, lighting shaders, and LOD, to depth of field, textures, and more.
Considering the fact that Fallout 76’s PC version received a fair bit of flak in the beta stage for not including customization functions for things such as FoV sliders, this is something that many players on the PC might get a fair bit of use out of. You can download the mod through here.
Fallout 76 is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.