Fallout 4: New Vegas turned ten years old, and if that does not cause you to feel positively ancient already, try taking a glance at the first then comparing it to the newest trailer for the fan remake. It looks like whenever you think that to yourself that video games couldn’t look any better, time sneaks abreast of you and announces that, in fact, technology has marched on considerably while you were off daydreaming for a full decade.
Fallout 4: New Vegas a fan mod utilizing Fallout 4’s Creation Engine, with the ambitious eventual aim to “rebuild the whole New Vegas experience” is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the first game with a new trailer showing how far the mod has come.
Though Fallout fanatics have known about this mod for a while the Twitter account for the project has been active since mid-2017, with the primary gameplay reveal on New Year’s Day 2018—development updates had been more sporadic lately, and this is often the primary new footage for the mod that’s been released since May.
This trailer should definitely prove well worth the wait. While previous footage from the team attended specialize in one scene or game mechanic, yesterday’s new video cuts between in-game locations with merry abandon, showing off just what proportion has been done to recreate the Mojave Wasteland’s blistering desert environments.
There are many actions, with ghouls getting blown up and radscorpions getting crammed with lead, but it also takes a while for the gentler side of being a wasteland wanderer, like petting your canine companion.
All of this is often set to a cheerful rendition of the normal American standard ‘Ragtime Cowboy Joe’, providing the last ingredient needed to form it really desire a Fallout trailer.
While the new footage makes it clear that tons of progress have been made on the mod, there’s still no word of a release date. If you’re curious about helping bring Fallout 4: New Vegas that closer to reality yourself, applications to hitch the core development team or lend your skills as a voice actor are still open over at f4nv.com.