I never play GTAV Online anyway, so that would not be an issue for me. Thanks for the info.Yup, the GTA V VR Mod is a Mod, but it's easy enough to do. You just copy a few files across if I'm remembering correctly. You can only play the game in single player though because otherwise Rockstar sees that you've altered the files and will give you a ban for cheating. Instructions here:
I'm going to have to get back to No Man's Sky and Elite Dangerous at some point, but I'm working my way through Skyrim VR at the moment. Such a great game when it's modded up to the eyeballs.
Yep. I`m the same. I have to stay away from the Nexus or I get tempted to install yet another mod into Fallout4 and screw everything up. I have all I need now.I used the Wabbajack VR Essentials Mod Pack, 400 mods and the guy that's put it all together has chosen Mods that all fit together nicely in terms of aesthetics.
The only downside is that it uses the IK Body Mod so the intro of the vanilla game is broken, so if you want to play the original storyline you select the campsite option from the Alternate Start Mod. This puts you at a campsite just outside the exit of that last cave of the intro with the spiders. To play the vanilla game from there you just pop into the cave and heal the guy that you first meet in the intro (can't remember his name now!) and the vanilla game continues from there.
I've been quite disciplined in this playthrough, usually I install some Mods, start playing, see some more Mods that I like the look of then have to start the game again lol
Since I installed Wabbajack I've been purposely avoiding Nexus like the plague (or COVID-19 ) so I don't get tempted lmfao
I didn`t know that. A subscription for a mod pack? That`s new to me. I`ve always downloaded mods individually using Vortex, easy enough. I am a supporter of the Nexus, but I`ve never subscribed to pay per month for a mod package and never will.I haven't gone into Modding Fallout 4 yet, but there's a VR Essentials Mod Pack for that too apparently. Not sure how many Mods there are though.
The only disadvantage to using Wabbajack is that you need to subscribe to Nexus to do so, but that only costs something like 8 quid per month and once you've done that and installed the Mods then you can unsubscribe to save you from paying any more cash.
You can of course choose not to do so, but this would involve you physically downloading and installing the 400 Mods for Skyrim VR rather than letting Wabbajack do it all automatically, so it's a small price to pay and I was personally meaning to donate a few quid to the site anyway because I've been using it for free since Modding Morrowind became a thing so it was about time that I gave them a little something back.
You're not subscribing for the Mod Pack. Like I've said you can manually download and install 400 Mods if you're too tight to pay the 8 quid or so, but it's going to take you A LONG TIME to manually install 400 Mods.I didn`t know that. A subscription for a mod pack? That`s new to me. I`ve always downloaded mods individually using Vortex, easy enough. I am a supporter of the Nexus, but I`ve never subscribed to pay per month for a mod package and never will.