This mod adds a bit of cheating when it comes to Settlement Building in Fallout 4. Under the miscellaneous section of the crafting menu, you will find a shipment which can be placed down and then picked up or stored in the workshop. Doing so will give you 99999 of each resource which can be used for building. Obviously, this mod allows you to build in settlements for free, as well as upgrade any weapons or armor you want as you will now have unlimited materials.
S.C.R.A.P stands for Settlement Cleaning Reveals Absolute Perfection, and is a mod that allows you to remove all of the extra clutter from your settlements. This includes scrap, grass, trees, vehicles etc. It offers support for all the settlements. There are a lot of items in-game that Bethesda have prevented you from scrapping, and this simply removes that limit. It will help free up space, open up new building areas and even increase your FPS if necessary.
Settlement building is one of the newest inclusions in Fallout 4, letting you craft many habitable environments for settlers to inhabit. This makes for a fun distraction that is almost entirely optional, but some players find the options in this mode to be slightly limiting.
The initial allocation of SPECIAL points in any Fallout game matters quite a bit, especially for roleplaying purposes. However, there are times when you just want to make the most of in-game systems instead of limiting yourself to pursue a particular build.
If you are a fan of building settlements in Fallout 4, you need to get this mod. As you might already know, there is a limit to how many items you can place in a settlement. That's a shame, considering a couple of nice couches and lamps could really bring a room together.
Scrap houses, sidewalks, that once irremovable vegetation, nearly everything tied to a settlement can be removed to create more build space. It's incredibly easy to use too, although players should perhaps be careful as, once scrapped, things can't be easily restored. However, these minor issues pale in comparison to the world of possibilities opened up by this mod.
It is possible to build all settlement objects at certain internal workshops which limit the items one can build, such as Home Plate and The Mechanist's lair, by opening the console, clicking on the offending workbench so that its reference is displayed and then entering addkeyword 5A0C8 and addkeyword 246F85.
Alternatively, on PC, it is possible to increase the build limit using console commands. The build limit is calculated using two actor values: triangles and draws. The following commands can be used to change these values:
The size budget is a polygon count designed to keep your frame rate steady by preventing you from building massive and overly complicated settlements. The size limit and current size used are actually attributes against the workbench in the settlement itself and differ between settlements.
This is calculated based on the number of objects in the settlement in combination with the size and complexity of the objects. More complex objects have a higher polygon count and as such use more of the budget. Scrap contributes to this limit so you could \"fill\" a settlement and then go around destroying all of the broken beds, cups, chairs, etc and have more budget available to build more.
The creator whose work I admire most is EvilViking13. His builds consistently demonstrate a remarkable attention to detail and push the system to its limits. I reached out to him so he could talk through some of his spectacular settlements, all in hopes of getting a better sense of the scale of his work and what, in turn, inspires him.
Place Anywhere gives you the freedom to place your objects wherever you want in your settlement, including in mid-air or outside of the settlement's borders. This will help builders who were frustrated with the limitations of the vanilla game's placement mechanics.
Essentially, No Build Limit makes it possible to put as many objects in a settlement as you want without worrying about the vanilla game's build limit. This mod is perfect for folks who want to make massive settlements.
With Architect, structures (buildings and foundations) of any size can be easily placed with few restrictions. You can't accidentally scrap/store/move the buildings while you're decorating them! None of these affect your settlement build limit. Most of these buildings don't use glass in the windows to keep frame rates high and don't overuse clutter.
All Buildings are designed with the goal to building a settlement quickly and effectively while keeping the frame rate and building limit low. Many buildings unlock beds or accept vendor mats. A few have built-in garden planters too. The Gallows can be lock into place in Hangman's Alley to build your own skyscraper. Small and large houses and basic warehouses are particularly useful at the beginning to quickly unlock up to 10 beds. Urban buildings of all kinds also unlock beds but also include hookpoints for vendor mats. Thus, a whole city can be built in no time.
Although these buildings produce Research Material and belong to an Research Outpost, the use has so far been limited. However, you can use these buildings to increase the happiness rating. Education material is an essential part of every buildings material cost.
Vendor stalls are special Horizon exclusive trading counters. These produce happiness and Income paid in Vendor Credits. They are also required for a Trading Market. In addition to certain materials, each vendor stall requires Leadership and Trading skill as well as a Vendor Contract which can be purchased from certain commonwealth merchants. The building limit per stall is 1 per settlement. Each vendor stall is also available as a vendor mat (see section below). Each vendor's stock is shared globally and is equal in each settlement.
This system allows you to attract non-settler Tenants and utilities such as factories and basic production buildings to your settlements! All buildings require power and vendor credits and produce income according to the total number of tenants across all settlements. These buildings do not add settler lag nor bloat nor force the engine to limitations.
Since it was often problematic to connect lamps and other light sources to power in vanilla FO4, this limitation was removed in Horizon. From now on, light sources can be installed anywhere without restrictions. Likewise, all light sources can be switched on/off manually and sometimes have half to twice as much luminosity.
The answer is: mods. The Unlimited Players mod (opens in new tab) for the Stardew Valley multiplayer beta uncaps the limit on friends and cabins, so invite as many pals as you want. Keep in mind, if you want scores of friends on your farm you'll still need to build each of them a cabin, at least for now. The mod, which is a work in progress, may lift the one-cabin-per-day build limit or remove the requirement for cabins altogether in the future.
Of course, even if you use the previous two mods to stack objects on top of each other and clip them into otherwise unobtainable places, you'll still eventually run up against the Build Limit for your settlement and have to curb your design plans. Unless you install this mod, that is, as it removes the Build Limit for all settlements - use with caution though, as those limits are there for a reason and you could slow down or crash your game if you go too far.
The standard Fallout 4 set of structures, furniture, and objects you can build and place into your settlement is pretty limited, but when you add Settlement Supplies Expanded, there is a much larger selection. With the mod installed, you'll find hundreds of new objects to add into your virtual home. The new items include everything from vault doors and barbed wire concrete walls to trees and even aircraft.
Toggles god mode. While active, all player-buildable buildings are available without research, and are constructed instantly and at no cost when placing down the blueprint. Note that \"deconstructing\" is instantaneous, but leaves behind resources as appropriate to the item(s) deconstructed. To remove these items, or any others, use the \"T: Kill\" or T: Destroy\" commands under the Debug section.
We start our list with Unlimited Settlement Objects by Spyder638. This mod removes the limit on how many items the player can place in one settlement. It does this by setting the number of objects back to zero in the game's memory, no matter how many objects you use. This allows you to place as many objects as your hardware will permit.
This mod was created in 2015 and was revolutionary in its time. There are, however, a few mods that do the same thing. That being said, Unlimited Settlement Objects is a great option to expand the number of objects while building and the best choice if you have an older, unpatched version of the game.
Due to Fallout 76's strict carry weight limits and small stash sizes, inventory management can take up a significant portion of players' time in game. While it is certainly possible to work with 76's encumbrance system, and some of us enjoy the process of meticulously organizing our carried inventory and stashes, others are finding it tedious and downright boring.For those players, there is currently a glitch that removes players' maximum carry weight, allowing them to hold as many boards, desk fans, and teddy bears as they desire. Here is the process for activating this infinite carry weight glitch. 1e1e36bf2d