Fallout 3 was the 2008 reboot of the beloved late-90’s PC role-playing series, Fallout. Now a classic RPG beloved by millions of fans worldwide. The Fallout series went on to spawn two more games, Obsidian’s Fallout: New Vegas and the massively-popular sequel, Fallout 4.
It’s still a great game even 10 years later. With all the DLC content available at such a cheap price, you can enjoy the DC wasteland in all its glory. The huge array of mods available only make it better and more appealing than ever. There’s never been a better time to experience Fallout 3, whether for the first or 101st time.
Essential Fallout 3 mods to expand gameplay, story, and overall appearance. I have personally tested all of these mods myself. Fallout 3 can become quite a long game and actually very engaging thanks to its modding community. In honor of Fallout 4, this breakonacloud list of best Fallout 3 mods in 2019 are the ones I hand-picked — and will be updated as I find more.
The best Terraria mods can transform your game for the better. In the years since Terraria’s release, the sprawling survival sandbox has been treated to countless players, a vast number of updates and thousands of user-made mods—a list which spans the suitably sublime to the outright bizarre.
The following Terraria mods offer but a smattering of our favorites, which add new soundtracks, items, settings and overhauls to Re-Logic’s two-dimensional adventure playground. Heck, there’re even terraria mods in here which transform the game into fully-fledged RPGs, so you’re bound to find something that tickles your fancy. Have fun experimenting!
Fallout 3 Reanimated
Once you notice the animation flaws in Fallout 3, you can’t unnoticed them. From the rigid idle poses to the way soldiers seem to break their own wrists when aiming assault rifles, there are dozens of immersion-breaking niggles throughout the game. Professional animator, Alendor, decided to hone his skills and fix one of his favorite games at the same time with this mod. It’s a work in progress, but the changes made so far are so good it’s already worth a download.
Fallout 3 Wanderer’s Edition
This huge overhaul turns Fallout 3 into a survivalist nightmare. Enemies are tougher, weapons are more powerful, ammo is scarce and you’ll have to eat, drink and sleep to stay alive. Fortunately, you’re given a host of new skills to help you cope, including the perfectly implemented, if unexplained ability to use your AP points to enter bullet time. Depending on how high your charisma is you can also recruit up to 5 followers, and kit them out to form your own personal roaming death squad. Wanderer’s Edition changes the game a lot, but almost all of the new features can be tweaked or turned off completely, so you can simply discard updates you don’t like. This mod is especially effective when used in combination with Mart’s superb Mutant Mod. This mod won’t work without Fallout Script Extender, so be sure to grab that first.
Sometimes the smallest changes can have a huge effect. Fellout removes the mucky green smog that hangs over the Capital Wasteland, replacing it with bright, arid sunshine. The beautiful new sunsets alone make this worth a download. A word of warning, though: With Fellout installed, night time truly is dark. Be sure to make use of the upgraded pip-boy torch or the night vision modes supplied in FOOK2 and Fallout Wanderer’s Edition, or just hide indoors when night falls.