Silent Hill game news: This mod inspired by the cult horror game transforms Fallout 4

Silent Hill: This mod inspired by the cult horror game transforms Fallout 4

Bethesda mods and games have been a love affair for years, to the point that the publisher has greenlit mods on home consoles. In this case, we are talking about a single player expansion that turns the RPG into a horror game…

Pilgrim, without Scott

Pilgrim was a promising mod for Fallout 4 that, oddly enough, evaporated right after its release in 2017. Now it’s back in an obviously “remastered” version. allowing once again to immerse yourself in an atmosphere deliberately inspired by a certain Silent Hill.

In the program: cool colorimetry, a constant moody haze, dim lighting, and for this rework, reworked shadows, plus compatibility with all Fallout 4 DLC. So, of course, ghostly spirits and pyramid heads are not the order of the day and you’ll have to settle for the typical post-apo spawns, with a rather disturbing silhouette.

To give you an idea, A new trailer has been released, which you can find below. The mod can be downloaded from Nexus Mod here.

Fallout 4, far from dead

In case you didn’t know: yes, Bethesda has Fallout 5 well planned and, in fact, already has the beginning of a script ready. However, development won’t start until after The Elder Scrolls VI, so we’re not out of the woods yet.

Meanwhile, it’s obvious that the publisher is offering players a Fallout 76 built to last (and much improved), but also Fallout 4: an update has just been announced for PlayStation 5 and Xbox SeriesA new update has just been announced for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox series that allows for better definition, unbridled framerate, and bug fixes.

And then we won’t forget the television series that Amazon is preparing for Prime Video, of which this is the first official image. In short, the franchise has not yet said its last word.

Silent Hill: This mod inspired by the cult horror game transforms Fallout 4 Silent Hill: This mod inspired by the cult horror game transforms Fallout 4