Fallout New Vegas
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TheEXeS0r HULKHOD3N

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About this mod

Replaces the vanilla footstep sounds with way more realistic sounding ones, as well as adding over 60 additional sounds and fixing some engine issues.

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Description

This is a port of HULKHOD3Ns mod Project Reality Footsteps FO4.
It replaces all of the vanille footstep sounds with more realistic sounding ones from https://www.realitymod.com/.
And adds over 60 additional sounds.
All of these sounds include subtle gear and backpack rattle.

The included lightweight esp file fixes some engine issues, wich means, that rocks, solid concrete, broken concrete, sand and gravel no longer share the same gravelsound for jumping and landing.


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Compatibility

Compatible with Just Vanilla Sprint
For Solid Project you can find a compatibility patch in the files section.
But tbh you should use Just vanilla Sprint, as it seamlessly integrates with this mod and plays all the different surface sounds when sprinting.

This mod works with TTW, see optional files section for a fixed esp. Sounds from operation anchorage are not covered yet.

This Mod is ofc not compatible with mods altering the footstep sounds or changing how the game handles these sounds.

Installation

Either install the mod manually by placing it into your data folder,
or install via your favorite Mod Manager (recommended).

Make sure to activate the ESP when using a Mod Manager.

And adjust the volume ingame.
Keep in mind, that in real life you dont usually hear your footsteps that loud, so you might want to set this to about 50%, but this comes down to personal preference.

Credits & Thanks

HULKHOD3N for the original FO4 Mod and Idea.
Project Reality for the sound files and creative commons licensing.
Arecaidianfox for the XWM to WAV Conversion tool.


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