A new “DLC-sized” mod for Fallout 4, titled Fallout: London, was just revealed. It is so huge that it almost looks like an official, extra content for the 2015 title.
What’s interesting to note is that the mod is purely fan-made that will take you through a post-apocalyptic adventure.
The “DLC-sized” mod looks very promising with what it’s about to offer, as you can see in the reveal trailer above.
The team behind the making of Fallout 4 mod, Fallout: London, said that it’s a “continuation of the base game.” However, it is set in a completely new environment while having a unique culture.
Fallout: London is set in the year 2237, which means that it’s roughly 50 years ahead of Fallout 4.
The mod team mentioned that the map size is “about the vanilla Fallout 4 Commonwealth” on its central Discord server. In London, it extends from Westminster to the edge of Bromley.
Talking about the content will have new weapons, new factions, NPCs, and deadly creatures.
There’s one thing to note for the player, though. They won’t find several Fallout staples in this mod because London is a fresh addition to the series. Thus it won’t have American-made groups and anomalies.
“Vault-Tec is entirely an American company. Thus it will have no presence in London,” mod’s FAQ reads.
Yes, there will be a Vault version, but it will be different from Vault-Tec.
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While the Fallout lovers will have a new mod, die-hard gamers are currently waiting for many fresh releases in 2021.
The extensive line-up extends even further with Deathloop, Stray, GhostWire: Tokyo, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits.
Several recently announced ambitious titles making their debuts soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.
What do you think about all the major games making their way into this year? Are you excited about them already?
And which one of them is on the top of your wish list?
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Image courtesy of Fallout: London/YouTube
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