In Fallout 4, the Wasteland is a grim and dusty place devoid of color, life and nature.

But what if the Wasteland looked less desert-like and became a post-apocalyptic world where nature ran its course, turning everything lush and green?

A combination of mods for the game creates just that: a new post-apocalyptic world, one where nature has taken over what man once created.

One gamer posted a video to YouTube highlighting how this combination of mods looks, which creates an entirely different setting for Fallout 4. Instead of everything being dusty and brown with sparse vegetation, the Wasteland is now rife with greenery, which grows over everything, including old dilapidated buildings, cars and other man-made structures.

It's likely that this is a more realistic version of what a post-apocalyptic world might eventually look like, at least according to anyone who's ever watched the History Channel's Life Without People. And for those fans of Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, this might look slightly familiar.

So which mods do you need to recreate this new take on the Wasteland? Here's the list: Resurrection, GRASSLANDS, Photorealistic Commonwealth, P99, Adventurer Outfit 4K, Caliente's Beautiful Bodies Enhancer-CBBE and True Storms - Wasteland Edition.

Bethesda, the developer behind the Fallout games, has always embraced the modding community, and even released its Fallout 4 Mods, which offers mods within the PC version of the game itself so that gamers can find and install mods without having to stop playing.

"For Fallout 4, our goal was to make Mods easier and more accessible than ever before - for both the creators and the players," Bethesda writes on its blog. "By building an all-new system with Bethesda.net we've made a huge leap forward in achieving that."

Although Mods is currently in beta testing, the company also has plans on bringing the feature to consoles, too.

Fallout 4 was released in November 2015 and is available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Bethesda has already released two pieces of DLC for the game, "Automatron" and "Wasteland Workshop," but will release a new story-based expansion, "Far Harbor," on May 19.

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