Best Fallout 4 Quest Mods for Xbox One

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In this list, we’re going to take a look at some of the Best Quest Mods available for Fallout 4 on the Xbox One. These mods primarily add new areas and story lines which should keep the game feeling fresh and new, even if you’ve completed it before.

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Why Should You Install Fallout 4 Quest Mods

One of the most anticipated things about the Fallout games is the DLC. You’ll discover new areas, take part in fresh adventures, obtain new companions and battle new enemies. However with the release of Fallout 4, DLC felt quite sparse and left us itching for more.

Thankfully, Fallout 4 is one of the most modded games out there, with mods having over half a billion downloads between them all. One of the best mod types has to be Quest mods, which act like DLC in their own way.

Quest Mods feature new story-lines where the player can explore areas, unlock loot, get new companions and player homes and much more. Obviously, these are done by modders and not Bethesda themselves, so sometimes they might feel a little buggy or not fleshed out.

But each one of them can offer tonnes of hours of extra content, making Fallout 4 constantly feel like a new game. All of the popular ones also have professional voice acting too, so they feel completely immersive.

Alternate Start – Infinite Answer

Alternate Start is a very in-depth mod which allows you to choose your own path in-game. There are many new roles to choose from, including Vault 111 Staff, Raider Scumbag, Brotherhood of Steel Member, Institute Scientist, Mercenary for Hire, a new arrival to Goodneighbor and much more. You’ll gain a new player home, faction relationships and a lot more replayability with this quest mod!

America Rising: A Tale of the Enclave

America Rising: A Tale of the Enclave is the spiritual successor to Fallout New Vegas’ For the Enclave mod which was by the same developer. Inside, you will find a new 2 hour long adventure featuring 7 quests, 2 companions, over a 1000 lines of voiced dialogue, unique characters and dozens of random encounters which will all aid you in rebuilding the Enclave. 

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Tales from the Commonwealth

Tales from the Commonwealth is a must have in any Fallout 4 play-through. It adds a lot of new content to Fallout 4, often making the game feel much more alive and realistic. You will encounter over 20 new quests, 125 NPC’s as well as quests where you can obtain new companions. There are also a few random encounters which are always fun to run into, and make the world feel more inhabited.

Fallout UIF

Fallout UIF adds a new faction to Fallout 4, becoming the 5th main faction which features its own ending. The faction, named ‘The Union of Independent Federations’ includes 2 new quest lines featuring over 20 hours of content. There are also 5 new world spaces, making up the new areas of Brockton and Lowell. This quest mod brings in a much needed ‘evil’ ending, where the player can make some darker choices.

Welcome to Goodneighbor

Instead of adding new areas, this mod expands on existing ones, specifically the town of Goodneighbor. Included are 2 new story quests, 3 assassination missions, 7 new areas to explore, 2 player homes which have workshops and much more. Making up these quests is over 500 lines of voiced dialogue which should take around 2-3 hours to get through.

Maxwell’s World

Maxwell’s World is a horror themed quest mod for Fallout 4, taking place in an amusement park. With a 7 part quest, there will be 4 different endings for you to choose from. Work with other survivors (with 3 becoming new companions) to find out what happened at the park, and how to escape. You will obtain new weapons too such as the heavy incinerator and fire cannon.

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