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‘Fallout 4’ Gets a New Halloween Mod

  • Just in time for the spookiest time of the year.
  • Assorted decorations for your settlements.
  • Fits well with the overall look and feel of Fallout 4.


October is upon us. The leaves are changing, the air is getting crisp, rainy and cloudy days make sunshine a distant thing of the past. Fall is in full swing, and what says Fall more than Halloween? Don’t say pumpkin spice flavored anything; that’s the wrong answer. Yes, October is all about the frights, the thrills, the chills, and of course trick or treating. It’s also the time of year where it seems like content creators in the gaming world begin flooding the mod scenes with their own attempts at bringing the holiday festivities to their chosen games.

What better game to decorate than Fallout 4? Considering that in the canon of the series the bombs fell on October 23rd, 2077, remnants of Halloween decorations can already be found here and there throughout The Commonwealth setting of the game. Lunchbox Mods has brought a whole slew of new items for players to use to decorate their settlements around the world, which range from the simple skulls to an awesome-looking sarcophagus. The mod includes the following items:

  • One spooky Halloween outfit.
  • 5 Halloween Buckets
  • 10 Assorted Candles
  • 3 special skulls (See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil)
  • “Welcome to Hell” sign
  • Skeletal scarecrow
  • Skeleton emerging from the ground.
  • Skeleton emerging from a grave.
  • Skeleton opening a sarcophagus.
  • Skeletal Wreath
  • Skeleton propped up in a coffin, with candy pale.
  • Skeleton in a hanging cage.
  • 3 skull candle-holders.
  • Skeleton in a dilapidated oil drum with “Trick or Treat” sign.
  • Spooky goblets (Skeletal and a miniature skeleton)
  • Skull in a crystal ball.
  • “Take One” Halloween candy dish.

Wow, that sure is a lot of skeletons!


If you’re interested in checking out the mod, you can pick it up through this content page at Nexus Mods. An important note, to install the mod you must have the Far Harbor and Wasteland Workshop DLCs. Once you’ve installed the mod, you have to go through a little bit of footwork to access your new content. If you go to Vault 111 where you first emerge at the beginning of the game, you’ll be able to find a lunchbox in the nearby control booth that will give you access to everything available in the mod pack. 

Now, go and spread some of that Halloween spirit to the people of the Commonwealth. If you want to take your Halloween decoration the extra mile, I suppose you could always let a deathclaw loose or layout some raider bodies. Will you be checking out this mod this Halloween?