Turkish Radio (Classical Radio Replacer)
This mod replaces the music of Classical Radio station with the best 75 Turkish music ever composed in the years of 1930-1989 in Turkey. The entire tracklist has created to have that feeling of Fallout universe but the lyrics are in Turkish. Any players other than Turkish language speakers would also enjoy listening a different tracklist. Enjoy!
As a Turkish Fallout fan I always dreamed what would it be like… you know… living in post-war Turkey after the big kaboom! To get that feeling I’ve worked on this radio mod for my personal use at first. Then I decided to share it with the world, with the wonderful people that we may have met before in Appalachia. Maybe I was that guy who shared a dozen of stim, food and water with you after you first left the vault. Or maybe the guy who helped you to kill your first Deathclaw. Who knows! It’s a big strange mostly destroyed yet equally beautiful world.
Well if you are interested then this mod replaces the entire Classical Radio station with 75 new songs (76th is the main menu music, untouched ^^), all lore friendly by style in the years of 1930-1989. You may ask “But Cradon, why did you used songs which are composed as late as in 1989 while the Fallout songs are mostly from between 40s and 60s?” Well because you can’t find many things produced between those years in Turkey as many as there are in a couple of decades later. Due to Turkey recovery process from the First World War and country’s development rate. But if you ever use this mod you may have a chance to listen our talented voices similar to Frank Sinatra or music alike Nat King Cole’s as well as more Turkish style music.
Since Fallout 76 only allows a specific number of audio files with restricted track length synced with the server playing the same music for every player, I have carefully placed each song to prevent any kind of issue like having long gaps between tracks or being cutted. Say, if you and your friend both have this radio mod, you will listen the same music, huzzah!
Extract .ba2 file into Data folder of the game and edit (or create) Fallout76.Custom.ini file inside “..\Documents\My Games\Fallout 76” to add this: