Fallout 4 has been one of my favorite games of the year, but it isn’t perfect. Everyone is aware how…lacking… Bethesda can be with their games. However, thanks to the modding community, many of the issues that you might encounter in Fallout 4 can be fixed.
One of the biggest complaints about Fallout 4 has been the FPS lock and not supporting 21:9 widescreen monitors. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can dig through the game’s ini file and adjust the values accordingly, but the easier solution would be to download the Fallout 4 Configuration tool which allows to you use a simple GUI that will make Fallout 4 tweaks.
Some of the Key features of the Configuration tool include:
Disable Intro Video
Yes, that little intro video before you get to the main menu is annoying and takes up unnecessary time. This tool lets you disable it.
Say good bye to the 60 FPS lock. Let your FPS reach its maximum potential. I’ve have this disabled from day one and have not encountered any problems within the game.
The default FOV never bothered me, but I know a lot of people would prefer something not so close. I adjust my vFOV value to 85 for comfortable viewing.
If you are using a monitor with an Ultra High resolution, than this will allow you to input your custom resolution. Also good for people like me with UWS displays.
Get better mouse sensitivity in game and also gamepad support.
Auto Save Interval
If the default auto save interval is too short for you, this will allow you to easily increase or decrease the occurrence.