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'Fallout: New Vegas' Fan Sequel Gets The 4K Remaster It Deserves

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'Fallout: New Vegas' Fan Sequel Gets The 4K Remaster It Deserves

Fallout: Project Mojave looks simply stunning with these mods, bringing the experience of setting off into the Wasteland into 2021 with fittingly flashy visuals. 

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Project Mojave is a mod for Fallout 4 that picks up the threads of Fallout: New Vegas six years after the end of the game. With an entire remake of the New Vegas Strip, new weapons, more than 800 remade assets, three player homes and new outfits to name but a few of the features that the team has lovingly recreated in the new engine, it’s a godsend for those hankering for the classic era of RPGs. 

Of course, you could go ahead and replay Fallout: New Vegas yourself. The only thing is that a lot of time has elapsed between the game’s original release and today. Do you remember that you can’t actually sprint in New Vegas? Newer games have spoiled us with their expanded user interfaces, smooth graphics and mainstream mechanics so playing something from your past doesn’t feel the same as it used to. 

Check out this build of a Gauss rifle from Fallout below!

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I’m sorry. That might have been upsetting but it’s a fact of life. Yet, it’s the reason why Project Mojave with these mods looks like it’ll be right up the streets of players who want to return to a revised and revamped version of the game. Again, these are Fallout 4 mods, not Fallout: New Vegas mods. 

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To get this gorgeous scene running on your own machine, you’ll need this weather and lighting NAC X mod from l00ping and the Apex ENB from Digital Dreams. The latter modder is the same creator who gave us those mind-blowingly realistic videos of Ride 4, and the last mod you’ll need is a reshade preset from their Patreon. 

The overall result is knocking the socks off Fallout fans. “Wow! Incredible work dev team!” said one commenter. “This needs to be viral,” added another. You never know — the Fallout: London mod impressed Bethesda so much that it decided to hire one of the project’s writers. Whether Project Mojave will make the same waves… watch this space.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks, Digital Dreams via YouTube

Topics: Fallout, Bethesda

Imogen Donovan
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