The Fallout games have always had wonderful soundtracks, and Fallout 4 is no exception. However, if you’d like a little more of that wonderfulness while you wander the wasteland, there’s a new mod that might interest you.
Titled simply Radio Enhanced (More Radio Songs), the mod does exactly what it says on the tin: Adds a whopping 286 new tunes to Diamond City Radio – all of them lore-friendly. Modder efgh58 has done the hard work on this one, picking tracks that span musical history from the 1930s up to the 1960s.
If you’ve already expanded your in-game music library, some of these tracks might be familiar to you – efgh58 has picked out “the best songs” from a number of earlier mods (including Elvani’s Track Pack), but added plenty more. Most, if not all, are available in the public domain, which is nifty too.
But wait! efgh58 isn’t done yet! There are some plans for future versions that include revamping Radio Freedom so the station has more than 15 minutes of music, adding quests to obtain the new songs (“like grabbing a holotape,” says the notes), and merging more of Elvani’s Track Pack into the game.
It’s not perfect though, and there are a few pesky bugs that need to be squished (including Travis introducing the wrong tracks) – efgh58 is well aware of these and admits that many are because of the “lazy way” the songs were implemented in the mod.
So. If you want in, the download is available via NexusMods. If there’s something you want to hear, suggest a new song. And if you just want to have a dance, here’s Istanbul (Not Constantinople), by The Four Lads, as included in the new radio library.
Well spotted, VG247!