Fallout 4 has been out for almost two years and still enjoys a good number of the player base, most probably due to the mods. The Fallout 4 modders have been creating something new for the famous RPG and this time, the progress has been made towards the transfer of game settlements.

The Fallout 4 Transfer Settlements mod allows players to download others’ settlement and use it as their own, or share their creative settlements by making a blueprint of their whole settlement and upload it for others to use your amazing settlements for fun. Building Settlements is one major part of the game and most of the players spend a couple of hours in designing and building some creative settlements.

In order to run the Transfer mod, the players will have to install the mod first. After the first step, head towards Holotape of your inventory, and load the tape among one of your settlements. There are a number of choices and players can choose other items such as tamed animals, other creatures, items from DLC and other mods into one blueprint. Once you are done with that, close the pip-boy and it will create all the selected stuff into a blueprint. However, the players can’t grab power lines into the blueprint. After finalizing, the blueprint file can be shared be with other players or in a group or website.

The mod is currently in beta phase at the moment and requires Script Extender with the HUDFramework. Still, the mod looks good and can be downloaded from here.

See also: Fallout 4 VR Will Be A Complete Experience – Bethesda

Bethesda is currently working on the Fallout 4 VR experience with possible release set for later this year. According to studio head Todd Howard, Fallout 4 VR will be a complete experience, covering the entire game into the VR experience.

Fallout 4 is now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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