New Fallout 4 Mod Pilgrim Turns Game into Creepy Horror Survival Game

Fallout 4 Horror Survival Game

Modders are never going to take a break from their favorite Bethesda games.

After more than five years since its launch, Elder Scrolls Skyrim continues to be the most modded game of all time and it looks amazing with every passing every year.

The modding community have made the game more interesting than its original storyline with new characters, improved character on the PC and so many other additional content. All of them are always free online so that you can check them out without paying a penny at your own risk. Some of these mods could crack the game making it unstable or impossible to play but once the initial technical issues are sorted out, they add a whole new perspective to the world the developers have created.

Fallout 4 Mod Pilgrim

The tradition continues as a new mode for Fallout 4 had emerged and it not just adds new characters or make the game look better but rather turn it into a horror survival title. According to the story, you are a survivor in a world that is put to waste due to nuclear war but when you convert it into a dreadful atmosphere with lots of trees, gloomy atmosphere and some bog witches, it gets extremely creepy to continue playing it. If you love titles like Outlast and Alone in the Dark, this is right up in your alley.

Developers L00ping and TreyM are the guys behind this mode named Pilgrim. The Pilgrim mod not only changes the atmosphere of the game but also provides it a dynamic music system along with a whole lot of sound effects to further authenticate the horror element they have infused in it. An extended trailer is now available online which should give players and mod lovers a clear idea of what to expect when they install the mod in Fallout 4. It looks very appealing and tough to skip especially considering the maximum effort these developers have put in to make it deliver the jump scares you love.

Fallout 4 Horror Survival Game

Pilgrim doesn’t seem to rely too much on the characters or the story because Fallout 4 is already set in the wasteland making it very difficult to deliver a cohesive storyline. Instead, they made great use of the available locations that already looked haunted and turned them dark giving it the best scares a player would love especially with the right pair of headphones. It doesn’t improve the graphical quality of the game but does deliver a whole new game that is pretty engaging, if you are willing to give it a shot and overlook the bugs, the installation problems that you might come across before it works as intended.