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Fallout 4 runs on the Creation Kit engine (also known as the Creation Engine), an updated version of the G.E.C.K engine. The Creation Engine was officially released to the public in April of 2016.[1]

You can find more information and guidance on how to use the Creation Kit engine on their wiki page.

Remake Mods

These mods plan on recreating older Fallout games on Fallout 4's Creation Engine.

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Fallout 4: New Vegas

Fallout 4: New Vegas, otherwise known as F4NV, is a remake mod that plans to rebuild Fallout: New Vegas into Fallout 4's Creation Engine.

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Fallout 4: Capital Wasteland

Fallout 4: Capital Wasteland is a remake mod that plans to rebuild Fallout 3 into Fallout 4's Creation Engine.

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Fallout 4: Project Arroyo

Fallout 4: Project Arroyo aims to recreate and re-imagine Fallout 2 in the Creation Engine of Fallout 4.

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Total-conversion Mods

These mods are separating themselves from the world of Fallout 4 entirely and are creating their own unique Fallout title.

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Fallout: Cascadia

Fallout: Cascadia is a replacement mod for Fallout 4 that plans to have its own factions, weapons, armor, characters, story and more. Cascadia is planned to take place around Seattle in The Pacific Wasteland and be double the size of Fallout 4's map.

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Fallout: Miami

Fallout: Miami is a DLC-sized expansion that plans to have its own story, characters, companions, and more. Fallout: Miami is planned to take place in The Vacation Wasteland with Miami Beach being its primary setting.

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Fallout: London

Fallout: London is a DLC-sized mod that is set before Fallout 2. The mod is planned to feature a new character in the London Wasteland.

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Fallout: Empire Wastes

Fallout: Empire Wastes is a large scale modding project that plans on bringing the Sole Survivor to New York City.

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Fallout: Lonestar

Fallout: Lonestar was a total-conversion mod planned to take place in Texas. Originally, the mod was being developed on the Fallout: New Vegas G.E.C.K. engine, but in 2015, Lonestar started making the transition to Fallout 4's Creation Engine[2]. As of 2016, the status of the project is unknown but is widely assumed to be inactive.[3]

Fallout: Aviation

Fallout: Aviation was a DLC-sized expansion that planned to take place around Dayton, Ohio where you'd play as The Voyager. The mod reemerged back in 2017, but quickly vanished months later. All that remains is the mod's social accounts[4] and a small portion of the story bible[5] written by the project lead.
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