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one of the best parts of elden ring The game’s large open world environment has the potential to leave messages for other players. You can warn people of enemies, point to a treasure, or troll people with silly jokes or lies. And now someone has added this feature to it fallout New Vegas Via a mod for the PC version of the game.
as seen pc gamer, There’s a New Medium for “Building Bridges” fallout New Vegas that was uploaded nexsmod earlier this week. Building Bridge is a custom add-on for the game created by modder TomMinfinit that allows New Vegas Players are allowed to leave simple text messages in the world that can be discovered online by other players, assuming they also have the mod installed.
Building Bridge lets you keep up to 20 messages anywhere in the world, if you have it installed New Vegas. (Although you can level up and unlock the ability to place more messages.) These messages can contain up to 115 symbols and appear as old pieces of paper in other players’ games.
just like elden ringYou can rate the messages you get fallout New Vegas When using this mode. The higher rated your messages, the more features you will unlock in the mod. You can finally reach level 12, which allows you to put 31 messages in New Vegas And these high-level messages can contain more characters.
The creators behind the mod have some rules about what kind of messages players can leave, as seen below:
- IRL politics in any way or form. this is not a forum for that
- abusive people
- posting personal information about yourself or someone else
- objectionable material
Break one of these rules and you may be banned from uploading any future messages.
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Of course, the mod requires an internet connection, but it should work well with other fallout New Vegas How mods and messages are created and downloaded will not increase your saved game file size or impact performance.
This mod just makes me wish there was an option to leave messages for other players in all games. It’s such an easy way to make the game world feel more alive and less static. Plus, who doesn’t love dropping a dumb joke or tricking someone into jumping off a cliff?