Fallout 4 Mod Adds Over 200 Halloween Songs


A brand new Fallout 4 mod will at some basic Halloween songs to the sport’s radio stations. 

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The Spooky Scary Radio mod (created by NexusMods consumer, Natezomby) provides a “lore-friendly” radio station known as Spooky Scary Radio to your Pip-Boy. That feels like a reasonably easy addition, however the creativity and observe high quality featured on this mod is downright spectacular. 

Halloween-themed tracks embrace a shocking number of spooky sounds from the ’20s by the ’60s. While we’re significantly a fan of the basic (and sometimes very corny) tracks from acts like Bing Crosby and the Andrew Sisters, there’s one thing to be mentioned for among the different songs that escape the bounds of the form of music that’s sometimes included in Fallout video games. For occasion, the radio station options spooky poem readings (equivalent to Vincent Price studying The Raven) in addition to songs from basic horror films (Dracula, Frankenstein, and even The Exorcist). 

The full listing of tracks included on this mod successfully doubles as the last word Halloween celebration playlist. Even the songs which do not essentially straight relate to Halloween or horror (equivalent to Leadbelly’s Where Did You Sleep Last Night) really feel like they belong in a barely scarier setting. In case you are questioning, definitive Halloween tracks like Monster Mash and Spooky Scary Skeletons are included on the tracklist. Best of all, the station is “hosted” by the one and solely Alfred Hitchcock. 

All-told, this mod provides over 200 tracks to the sport’s present playlist. It’s additionally suitable with many different radio mods in case you are actually fascinated about increasing Fallout 4‘s choice of music by a couple of thousand tracks. 

After you have downloaded and put in the mod, you’ll be able to entry this station by tuning into radio station quantity 88.666. Sadly, this mod is simply obtainable for PC, however we suppose that console avid gamers might all the time make a playlist out of the sport’s tracks and simply play it within the background. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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