Fallout 4
Director of Bethesda Game Studios, Todd Howard, has recently stated that the studio will now be focusing entirely on how to tell better stories in its open-world games. “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” and “Fallout 4,” as per Howard, still has millions of daily players. Facebook/Fallout 4

"Fallout 4" is already a successful game on its base state, though mods could spice things up with some added twists. The possibilities are endless, but a modder by the handle of "thelonewarrior" may perk up playing experiences with his "Pilgrim" horror mod.

From the sound of the mod alone, it seems like something that would be gory, or one that could not be for the faint of heart. Unfortunately, this is not the case. "Thelonewolf" has a video to showcase these mod's wares.

The "Pilgrim" horror mod for "Fallout 4" actually brings in supernatural abilities most may probably see from science fiction movies. Among the abilities are Mutant Powers so players can use skills like telekinesis, flight and electric bolts, according to Game Rant.

Seeing Mutant Powers for "Fallout 4" makes plenty of sense, especially if the gaming angle comes to play. It fits in well with the radiation affecting people, adopting a metahuman type of ability reminiscent of superhero movies.

While the mod does offer "Fallout 4" players something to look forward to, they will have to earn them. To do so, they have to do some exploration in the "Wasteland" and conquer enemies to acquire the supernatural powers. As with most games, the tougher opponent would yield better chances of gaining stronger abilities – a better route compared to a player simply choosing which supernatural talent to use.

Hence, the mod poses another challenge to "Fallout 4" players who eventually want to try it out. While that should add some leverage to players having a hard time defeating the tough NPCs, it does raise some concerns regarding game balance.

Adding these "Mutant Powers" to "Fallout 4" could tilt the balance, making the game too easy. Apparently, the issue (if ever) would fall in the hands of the ones behind the controller. It is just a game mod, so disabling or taking it out will likely revert players to their default and humane form.

Either way, the mod is meant to add spice by adopting the mutant abilities DC and Marvel have been busy preaching. "Fallout 4" is available on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One, so using these mods will be at the risk of players who want something new to do.