Fallout 4 has been burning hot on people’s machines for about a week now, and you can bet your bottom dollar that the mod community has been just as busy.

One of the more useful mods to come about is the “Full Dialogue Interface” mod, created by Cirosan. Adapted from a German version by Shadwar, this mod replaces the vague and at times awkward dialogue options with the more familiar list format from the earlier games.

“Thanks to shadwar’s work, it also revamps the interface so that the game will now display dialogue options in a list and use the number keys for input, instead of clustering all of them together and forcing you to use the arrow keys.” – Cirosan


Fallout 3 (top) Vs. Fallout 4 (bottom)

The Fallout 4 dialogue system gives you a choice of 4 options, only vaguely describing the general feel of the response, often leaving players to guess if they will be responding the way they want. Surely, many players will appreciate their work, as the dialogue system has been one of the few serious complaints voiced among players. If Fallout 4 isn’t perfect already (many would argue that it is), then it’s only a matter of time before the mod community gets it there.


The mod in “action”.