In this list, we’re going to take a look at some of the Best Clothing Mods currently available for Fallout 4 on the PS4. These include mods which add new outfits, and not necessarily armor items.
Unfortunately, PS4 players have it the worst when it comes to modding Fallout 4. Due to heavy restrictions by Sony, no external assets are allowed to be used, meaning no new models, textures, sounds etc. This means it’s hard to find a lot of great mods that we usually see on Xbox and PC.
The mods in this list are in no particular order, and all the buttons below link back to Bethesda.net where you can download them on your PS4. For more Fallout 4 content, make sure to check out our dedicated area here!
First up is Legendary Modification for Fallout 4. This mod allows you to apply any legendary modification on to your armor or weapons. Legendary Items are quite rare in Fallout, and can’t be crafted. Installing this mod changes that, just head to a Weapons or Armor Workbench to begin applying the legendary modifications.
UCO Base Game
UCO gives the player many different customization options in Fallout 4. With this mod installed, you can upgrade all items with Ballistic Weave, layer armor items, change colors of most items, make armor items invisible, swap out legendaries, the ability to craft many new armor and clothing items and the ability to craft new costumes such as the Alien & Synth costumes shown above.
Craft Maxson Battlecoat
Elder Maxson, who you first encounter on the Prydwen has some pretty unique armor on him, specifically his Battlecoat. There’s no easy way to obtain this in the game (without killing Elder Maxson himself). With this mod installed, you’ll be able to craft the coat freely under any Chemistry Station, specifically under the ‘Clothing’ section. The coat can be upgraded too, increasing stats.
Next up is Grognak’s Bodysuits. It adds new Bodysuits including the Basic Bodysuit, Grognak’s Bodysuit and Prototype Bodysuit. Each of these items can be crafted under a Chemistry Station, specifically under the Grognak’s Wardrobe section. They offer a few stats such as Energy & Radiation Resistance and slots for Armor Lining, Ballistic Weave and Legendary Modifications.
Doc’s Armored Clothing
Doc’s Armored Clothing makes changes to many of the already in-game outfits. These include the Wasteland Dress, Feathered Dress, Flowery Dress, Slinky Dress, Cait’s Corset and the Bandoiler, with some of these items being cut content restored. These outfits are all customizable and can be modified too.
BDTS: Hazmat Suit Black
This mod, BDTS (Better Definition Texture Swap) adds a new Hazmat Suit into Fallout 4, this time colored in Black. It consists of 3 variants, Suit & Helmet, Helmet only or Suit only. There are a few upgrade options available for the suit too, such as Ballistic Weave, Legendary Modifications and other stat changes.
This mod adds a new outfit to the Chemistry Workbench, the Birthday Suit. It’s main use is that you can equip it on NPC’s, essentially removing their clothing and leaving them in their underwear. It works on NPC’s such as settlers and even on your own Companions, there is a clean and dirty variant available.
Functional Nuka-Girl Rocket Suit
The next mod adds new suits which you can wear alongside your normal armor pieces. It’s the Nuka World outfit, with a few different variations such as hair, helmet and a rocket version. You’ll need the Nuka World DLC to use this mod, and you can find all versions of the outfit in Nuka Galaxy, or craft them under the Chemistry Workstation.
Ultimate Vault Attire
Ultime Vault Attire allows you to craft Vault Jumpsuit, Child’s Jumpsuit, Vault Tech Security Armor, Vault-Tec Security Helmet, and Vault Scientist outfits. Once installed, you can craft the outfits under the Chemistry Workstation. It’s a great mod if you want to create a Settlement made up of Vault Dwellers. There are a few variations of some outfits too, such as clean or dirty options and with different numbers and linings.
Unlock Ballistic Weave
Finally, we have Unlock Ballistic Weave. It enables a cheat which means you don’t have to complete the Railroad Quest to unlock Ballistic Weave, now you’ll have it from the start of the game. However it doesn’t change the material costs or perk requirements.