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Realistic Survival Damage for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 3.0.0
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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Realistic Survival Damage - A Guide To Its Installation And Use

Realistic Survival Damage is a mod that I created to add more realism to the game. It adds damage to the things you are carrying and using. This makes enemies more spongy as if they are really getting hit, because they are getting more damaged. It also increases player damage on survival difficulty, making it fun to fight the enemy with this mod.

The mod is compatible with both new and old versions of the game. There are two versions of the mod that I made, one is for people who like survival mode, and one is for those who want to challenge themselves in Survival mode. I also made a version for people who do not want to have to do anything in survival mode, just so they can use the mod in combat. I made a video explaining the mod and showing some of my kills with it, you can check it out at YouTube. If you want to see the real time results (which I have) and have proof that it works, you can see them at the bottom of this page. I also made a video explaining why I made the mod, just go to my channel to watch.

There are other fallout 4 mods out there that increase player damage during combat, but none of them have the features I have described above. This is what I think makes my mod the best. There are other ways to make your character hurt more, like a simulator, but I don't like how the effects just add more noise to your body, not very pleasant. That is why I use Realistic Survival Damage. You should give it a try if you want a more realistic experience while playing fallout 4.


Realistic Survival Damage for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V 3.0.0
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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