Fallout 4 modder brings Christmas outfits to The Commonwealth for charity

Some Fallout 4 characters in Christmas pyjamas.
Credit: Elianora on Nexus Mods.

Some Fallout 4 characters in Christmas pyjamas.
Credit: Elianora on Nexus Mods.

When they’re not trying to end a firefight with a tactical mini-nuke, desperately hunting for something to heal their wounds, or stealthily scoping out some creepy metro tunnels, Fallout 4 players can often be found playing post-apocalyptic dress-up.

After all, if you and your follower don’t look like fearless adventurers, all of those raiders, super mutants and ghouls might just realise that they’ve got the numbers to surround you and take the caps you keep hidden away in your Vault Tec lunch box.

That said, you might be planning on staying home and chilling in one of your settlements over the festive period, in which case a new mod might come in handy.

Fancy dressing the settlers of Sanctuary appropriately for the holiday season?

The mod in question is called ‘Fallout 4 For Hope 2022 - a Christmas charity mod’ and is the work of prolific modder Elianora. A lot of their previous modding work for Fallout 4 has been focused around adding incredibly high quality player homes to The Commonwealth, including one for raiders and those who don’t like to leave Sanctuary.

This time, they’ve decided to build on a mod of theirs from last year called ‘Fallout For Hope - a Christmas charity mod’ by developing another Christmas-themed mod in aid of St. Jude's Childrens' Research Hospital.

Currently, the mod consists of several sets of Christmassy pyjamas for the Sole Survivor, all of which come with armoured variants and are craftable via the chemistry station’s utility section.

While some of the outfits come with a snazzy backpack and feature Fallout-based Christmas puns, you might notice that some include names you don’t recognize.

These are actually users who’ve donated a certain amount to charity during one of Elianora’s Twitch streams, which might be worth tuning into if you want updates on the mod, as the modder is seemingly going to work on adding a house to it in a live session on December 20.

You can also check out how close they are to raising their goal of $1k for the charity here.

Regardless of whether your Sole Survivor now looks like they’re brimming with festive cheer, make sure to follow us for more updates on interesting mods like this one for Fallout, Skyrim and Cyberpunk 2077. You can also check out our mods of the month for November.

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