One Fallout 4 fan spends 20 hours of their life in erection of a massive tower that looms over the inhabitants of the action-RPG's Boston Commonwealth.
Thanks to Fallout 4's allowance of would-be Vault Dwellers to customize settlements, one intrepid player has utilized the feature to construct a giant building dedicated to displaying an enormous sex joke. It's called the Tower of Flesh, and the appropriately named YouTuber Saucy Sausage has given each of us the pleasure of gazing upon it in all its glory with the video below.
The clip is NSFW, so it might be best to watch it in the comfort of one's home should a superior be touchy about anatomical references making their way into the workplace, or worse, onto company servers and computers. Regardless, Saucy Sausage's dedication to injecting Fallout 4 with such a ridiculous gag is without a doubt impressive, especially since it took 20 hours to create.
While Saucy Sausage's close-up display of the actual interior and exterior of the tower with its building materials is indeed interesting—particularly since the skybox limit for its height was reached—the video takes a little bit too much time showing off its intricacies. That being said, some might want to skip to the finale, but the build-up in anticipation is definitely worth it, especially with Phil Collins' “In the Air Tonight” providing some sensual mood music for the big payoff at the end. Once the drums hit, it'll all have been worth it.
Saucy Sausage's creation is merely the latest in Fallout 4 fans imbuing the action-RPG with their own personality. Although the YouTuber's towering feat can be made using the base materials of the game, some players have opted to alter the title's actual objects with the use of mods in order to express their sense of humor, such as Trainwiz's Atom Bomb Baby mod that changes mini-nukes to swaddled newborns.
Of course, now that Fallout 4's PC players have been given the chance to install mods even more easily with the Nexus Mod Manager, there will surely be more kooky creations to come soon enough. Plus, once Bethesda gives console gamers the chance to get in on the action altering in-game materials with the release of its official Creation Kit mod tools in early 2016, the Internet will surely be inundated with tons of fan-made Fallout 4 oddities.
At any rate, it's obvious that Fallout 4 is one of the most popular titles of this year, primarily due to the sheer amount of coverage it's getting in the press, no matter how minute the story actually is. And with the sales for Bethesda's post-apocalyptic game performing spectacularly, as it was reported just 7 days ago that it shipped 12 million units worldwide, interest in the title is likely to grow exponentially.
Fallout 4 is out now and is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Saucy Sausage – YouTube