Though Fallout 4 will let you fiddle with all manner of aspects of your character's visage, creating your very own post-apocalyptic mumsona or dadatar, the words coming out their mouths always sound the same. That can change with the Player Voice Frequency Slider mod by "CDante", which adds options to fiddle with the pitch of your character's avatar and make them sound different. Obviously it's not as good as having lines recorded with wholly different voices--such as the delightful mockney accent option of Saints Row--but it seems to allow some decent variety in personality. It's pretty good too; listen to this teenager.
That's not bad for simple frequency-fuddling! Obviously the voices get sillier as you move to the extremes, up into the realms of The Chipmunks or down to yer da after his traditional Christmas morning pint of sherry. But with moderation, you'll get to personalise your post-apocalpeople a little more.
Download CDante's Player Voice Frequency Slider mod from Nexus Mods. It needs the Fallout 4 Script Extender to run, and you might also want to use the Mod Configuration Menu for a simpler and snazzier way to tweak the voice.
Voicing the female protagonist is Courtenay Taylor, who voiced Jack in the Mass Effect series. She was Juhani Knights of the Old Republic, another of BioWare's games. Taylor also appeared in Fallout: New Vegas as multiple characters: Gloria Van Graff, Janet and Jas Wilkins, according to IMDB.
This character has a great backstory, a unique look, and can even be romanced if the Sole Survivor plays their cards right! While this modded character doesn't have a voice yet, the creator has promised that this will also be integrated in due time.
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KS Hairdos is a port of a popular PC mod that adds over 700 different hairstyles to Fallout 4, many of which are suitable for both male and female characters. The hair itself is also much better looking than the greasy hair textures from vanilla Fallout 4, too.
Laura Bailey is an American voice actress. She voiced Carrie Boyd, Julie Farkas and Doctor Usanagi, along with providing the damage grunts for the female Courier, in Fallout: New Vegas. She also voiced Christine Royce and Vera Keyes in the add-on Dead Money.
She is best known for her roles as Rayne from the BloodRayne series, Helena Harper from Resident Evil 6, Claudia Wolf from the HD version of Silent Hill 3, and the female default voice from Saints Row The Third. Apart from video games, Laura has also voiced characters in several hit anime shows, such as Chi Chi in Dragon Ball, Serena Sebastian in Case Closed and Conis in One Piece, and is known for her appearance in the Dungeons and Dragons podcast Critical Role as Vex'ahlia and Jester Lavorre.
The only thing that I thought of that might be possible with some future tool would be some sort of sound post processing similar to how the reshade post processing works. Not even sure it's possible, but you could change the pitch and tone of the voice to sound slightly different.
@sorudo.9054 said:they all need options, i have mostly human characters but hate to do the PS on different characters because they all sound the same.Last MMO I played had options for voice- you could choose from numerous sets that included the sound of their voice when they talk, how they laugh, their battle noises, etc. Someone did youtube videos of all the options for all races that made it easier to choose. Would be great to have this additional customization available in GW2.
I am hurt by this post. I always loved the voice. After two years of playing my norm I found out it is voiced by Claudia Christian who played commander Susan Ivanova in my favourite sci fi show ever (Babylon 5). I personally love her and her voice as I grew up with it. I also find it very fitting for a norn female,
@"mercury ranique.2170" said:I am hurt by this post. I always loved the voice. After two years of playing my norm I found out it is voiced by Claudia Christian who played commander Susan Ivanova in my favourite sci fi show ever (Babylon 5). I personally love her and her voice as I grew up with it. I also find it very fitting for a norn female,
Except human female sounds like a 50y old while they look like teenagers. Very frustrating and hard to feel immersed to the story.For me this is Fallout 4 style mistake. At least there you can mod it off 2b1af7f3a8