The settlement building in Fallout 4 leaves much to be desired regarding aesthetics. However, if you know how to make the most of the available materials, you can create something impressive.
Many Fallout players, however, tend to focus more on the defense and economics of the settlement. Still, there are those, like Redditor Bazil2009, who wouldn’t mind spending resources and time to convert any settlement into a city.
Which settlement is best for this, but the venerable Sanctuary Hills?
That’s right, you’re looking at the right Sanctuary Hills. This picture is taken from across the bridge, from the side that looks into the Red Rocket gasoline station south of the settlement.
It may look like a stack of container vans placed on one another, but that’s a set of prefabs arranged neatly into multi-storied apartments. These are primarily three-storied buildings, but the tallest are four-storeyed accommodations built into the heart of Fallout 4’s most prominent settlement.
What is unbelievable about this creation is that it was made without mods, as the Redditor claims in his thread’s title.
The thread also includes a detailed history of this version of Sanctuary Hills, from when the Sole Survivor and Preston Garvey settled the remnants of the Minutemen in the village to its immense growth into a city.
Make sure to visit the thread, where you can find a gallery of 10 images showing Bazil2009’s settlement in all its glory and architectural genius.
There’s still no updated release date for the Fallout 4 next-gen update, which was scheduled to drop last month. However, Bethesda announced another delay to another unspecified date.
This has led to rumors that the studio might be waiting for the Fallout live-action series to premiere before they release the next-gen update.
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