You should use a save game mod that allows you to save your game manually from time to time.At the very least, modify your .ini file to expand the number of autosaves it uses.
This mod completely overhauls the game in an effort to rebalance and expand Survival Mode.It contains over 2000 override changes and dozens of new additions.The goal is to make Fallout’s gameplay more challenging, balanced, and interesting throughout your entire playthrough.
- Massive overhaul and rebalance of many gameplay elements: Stats, NPC’s, items, perks, loot, etc.
- Survival and combat are more challenging without feeling bloated.
- Most perks have been rebalanced, and some are completely redesigned.
- The loot system has been revamped, reducing the overabundance of many items.
- New crafted items and components for medical supplies and utilities.
- New settlement objects: defenses, vendors, decorations, and a new type of crafting station.
- New carry weight bonuses that can be crafted based on your allies and skills.
- New fast travel system built for survival mode.
- Various minor tweaks and bug fixes.
- Optional screen effect tweaks.
- Full support for all DLC’s.
- Fallout 4 version 1.7+.
- Starting a fresh new game (after the mod is installed).
- Playing the game on “Survival Mode” difficulty setting.
- Placing Horizon’s ESP files last in your mod load order. And All DLC’s (Season Pass)
- Make sure the mod is fully installed before you start your new playthrough.
- If you’re new to modding, and you wish to manually install, make sure you learn how to setup your Fallout 4 for mods beforehand.
- For manual installation, copy the following to your “Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4\Data” folder: “Scripts” (copy the entire folder)
“meshes” (copy the entire folder)
- Make sure the ESP files are loaded last in your mod load order, and make sure the DLC file comes after the main file.
READ FULL DOCUMENTATION IN FILE .TXT WHICH IN DOWNLOADED FILE.