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A new mod can help you avoid awkward conversations in Fallout 4.
Bethesda hasn’t released the official modding tools for its open-world role-playing game yet, but that’s not stopping some enterprising modders. The Full Dialogue Interface mod for the PC version of Fallout 4 shows your actual dialogue choices when interacting with non-player characters, reports VG24/7. That means you no longer have to guess what your character will actually say when making a choice from the existing paraphrased dialogue options.
Fallout 4’s official Creation Kit is launching for PC in early 2016, and supported mods will also be available on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game further down the line. This early effort is a small taste of the creativity we can expect from the PC modding community over time.
The Full Dialogue Interface, created by modder Shadwar, with an English translation by Cirosan, makes the game’s dialogue screens looks more like the previous installment in the series, Fallout 3, with your full options displayed as a selectable numbered list.
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