The Fallout 4: New Vegas mod is still in development. For the anniversary of the role-playing game by Obsidian Entertainment, the developers of the mod have now published another trailer for the project, which shows the current progress. There is still no release for Fallout 4: New Vegas.
For the tenth anniversary of Fallout: New Vegas, the development team behind the mod "Fallout 4: New Vegas" has released a new trailer that gives us a glimpse of the current progress of the project. For several years, the makers have been working on a remake of Fallout: New Vegas in the Fallout 4 Creation Engine on the PC. Most recently, new material on the mod was shown in May 2020. There is no release for the project yet. The team wants to take the time to bring the best possible Fallout 4: New Vegas out to fans. The developers put a lot of effort into the upcoming mod. In order to avoid any problems with Bethesda, all assets of the role-playing game will be completely recreated. The voice output will also be replaced by its own version. We have included the trailer published this week below.
Another Overview of the Mod can also be found on the NexusMods website. Here you will also find further screenshots as well as regular updates on the progress of the project. On October 19, 2010, Fallout: New Vegas was released for PC, Xbox One and PS3. The Obsidian Entertainment team was responsible for the spin-off. To this day, the game is one of the most popular offshoots of the series among fans. Since now not only Obsidian Entertainment, but recently also the Bethesda teams belong to the Xbox Game Studios, fans have the hope that there might be a sequel to Fallout: New Vegas in the distant future. So far, however, there has been no evidence of this.
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