FALLOUT 4
ReGrowth Overhaul by Spiffyskytrooper
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Added: 08/02/2016 - 11:57PM
Updated: 17/03/2017 - 12:50AM

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Last updated at 0:50, 17 Mar 2017 Uploaded at 23:57, 8 Feb 2016

REQUIRES FAR HARBOR



ReGrowth Overhaul - A forest in the Wasteland...   

-=DESCRIPTION=-

ReGrowth Overhaul started in the early days of Fallout 4 modding as a simple "greening" mod. Today, it's evolved into something I would have never imagined. ReGrowth has gone through various facelifts and will continue to throughout its lifetime. ReGrowth add's lush green trees, dense grasses both dead and alive, and new textures and sounds for wildlife. ReGrowth prides itself (or so I hope) in variety, ensuring you encounter many types of grasses and trees. With every update, I try to fix and enhance aspects of the mod to make it more immersive, performance friendly, and enjoyable to play. I would also like to note that many other authors have generously let me use textures, making this mod (in my mind) a true show of community modding strength. Thanks to all the people who have let me use their assets, you've made ReGrowth a better mod.  

*Note* You are bound to encounter bugs with this mod, though it's quite solid, the game is huge and I can't guarantee every aspect will work, but in theory, it should. Should you encounter a bug, read the FAQ and Bugs tab. If you can't find a post that's already been made about it, feel free to PM me or report it in the Bugs section.





-=FAQ=-

Q: I'm getting purple trees and occasionally purple plants in my game. Why is this happening and how do I fix it?
A: The reason you're getting purple tree's and plants is because you don't have the Far Harbor DLC. Look through the mod page for an in-depth solution. I assure you it's there.

Q: I'm suffering a major FPS loss, is there any solution?
A: Though the mod is designed to be as performance friendly as possible, lower end PC's may still experience such FPS losses. My recommendation is to play around with the texture and meshes. Delete, or replace certain textures and see what's causing the majority of your frame loss, it could be different for everyone. The only other thing I can suggest is to download "ENBoost". That may help one way or another.

Q: I don't like _____ texture.
A: Delete it. Yourself. Please? It saves me time and file space. You'll need to use BAE (http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/78/?) to unpack the files.

Q: I'm getting CDT's/Glitch/Freezing.
A: Not trying to dodge the subject, but it's likely another mod. This mod sticks very much to the texture and mesh side of things, and it's always thoroughly play tested by myself and sometimes a friend of mine. The ESP file is simply to patch a few things and add a little more atmosphere. Check the other mods you've downloaded that day, and if there's an issue with them. Worst case scenario, somehow it is this mod. In that case feel free to leave a comment or personally message me so we can get it sorted out.  

Q: There's an issue in _____ cell, quest is broken because of tree in _____ cell. Plz fix.
A: Instead of simply telling me there's an issue, post the location the issue occurs in, be it cell # or map marker. This makes everyone happy, you get your bug fix and I get to live in peace knowing I won't rip my hair out looking for 1 cell.\

Q: These tree's in _______ settlement are too invasive! 
A: http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/5320/?

Q: This isn't lore friendly! The world of Fallout is dead!
A: First of all, not a question. I'm a lore freak too, I made this for the fun of it, and as a nice refresher from the bleak wastes. Don't like it, then don't download it.


-=RECOMMENDED MODS=-

Vivid Weathers:
http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/15466/?

Water World: 
http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/9498/?

Scrap Everything:
http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/5320/?

-=INSTALLATION
=- 


Drag the contents of "Re-Growth" into your Fallout4 folder. If your a Steam user, your data 
folder should be located here: C:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\common\Fallout 4.

OR 

Click the "Download with manager button, and continue with the NMM installation.