I still can’t rather think it’s now been a years because the release of Fallout: New Vegas, however the other day Obsidian’s much-beloved RPG turned 10, and Fallout fans (including ourselves) took a minute to recall and keep in mind why the title was so excellent. One mod group chose to mark the celebration in especially incredible style by launching a brand-new trailer to flaunt development up until now. And I need to state, it actually does look outstanding.
Fallout 4: New Vegas, as the name might recommend, is a mod task looking for to remake Fallout: New Vegas in the Fallout 4 Creation Engine on PC. The group has actually been dealing with the mod for a long time, having actually at first shared gameplay video footage back in 2018, however the brand-new trailer provides us a much better concept of what the Mojave will appear like when total. There’s likewise a great deal of shooting. I believe I identified a little popular newbie location Quarry Junction in there – I can’t wait to head in as quickly as the mod appears.
Speaking of which, while it appears like substantial development has actually been made on the mod, there is still no set release date. “Progress is not direct, and we’d rather launch the very best possible F4NV, not a ‘sufficient’ F4NV,” the group discussed in a Frequently Asked Question area on Discord.
Until then we can a minimum of content ourselves with the gameplay trailer, and some brand-new before-and-after shots shared by the group. Here’s one contrast revealing the initial Goodsprings, an early variation from the mod task, and a more current screenshot:
And here’s another of Primm, revealing a screenshot from the initial New Vegas, a work-in-progress variation from mid-2017, and the newly-remade Primm in Fallout 4. Given the quality of these re-made towns up until now, I fear to believe what Nipton will appear like when total.
If you wish to take a look at more screenshots, I’d completely suggest searching Matthew Marquis’ Art Station, where you can discover a gallery of areas that have actually been remade for the mod. As for the future of Fallout: New Vegas, now Bethesda and Obsidian are both owned by Microsoft, possibly we’ll ultimately see a main remake (and even a follow up) after all.