Fallout New Vegas mod lets you turn your mod list into in-game enemies to fight.
Although Fallout 4 continues to offer new mods that provide exciting weapons, quests, and enemies for The Commonwealth to experience, sometimes nothing beats diving back into Fallout New Vegas for some nostalgic playback.
As it offers revised faction missions to complete, updated locations to explore, and an alien invasion to combat, the Mojave can provide plenty of entertainment until Starfield or Fallout London arrives.
If your load order often stretches beyond reasonable levels because you find it impossible to resist new toys on the Nexus without detaching or replacing older plugins, perhaps taking a look at recently released mods could be beneficial.
Are you feeling inspired to engage your Fallout New Vegas mods differently this time around? Why not switch it up a little bit by trying a unique strategy instead of the familiar routine?
Fight Your Mod List’ is the work of modder hman101. Previous projects by this mod have brought Skyrim-esque weapon displays into the wasteland as well as allowed players to claim various locations around the map on behalf of their chosen faction.
This time around, they decided to do something even more meta: creating a mod which will spawn enemies whose names correspond with your current load order into the game so you can enjoy an almost surreal feeling as you punch or shoot their downloads to pieces!
Before being able to acquire one of these plugin-based NPCs, however, some preparation and travel may be required as they’ll appear randomly placed across Mojave by default and equipped with gear deemed fitting by their universe of origin.
As mentioned above, pursuing plugins too soon after starting a new playthrough may pose some difficulties if you lack the experience and resources to defend against an adversary named HonestHearts.esm or deadmoneydeanhairrestored.esp who’s equipped with an Anti-Materiel Rifle equipped with explosive rounds as well as some attitude.
Therefore, you might find it best to set one specific location as an “arena”, where all NPCs will spawn at once; that way you’re free from unnecessary conflict until it comes time for battle!
Before doing anything else, first be certain that the New Vegas Script Extender, jazzisparis’ JIP LN NVSE Plugin and carxt’s JohnnyGuitar NVSE plugin are already present and installed within your load order, ready to help fill up your bottom with lead.
No matter if a group of mods have you beat down into submission, follow us for updates about interesting mods like those for Skyrim and Cyberpunk 2077 like those mentioned here as well as our Mods of the Month feature for March 2023!