Team FOLON has informed us about a new DLC-sized expansion mod for Fallout 4, Fallout London. In addition, the team shared with us some screenshots and its announcement trailer that you can find below.
Fallout: London is an ambitious DLC-sized mod that brings the player into the nuclear apocalypse all the way to the doorsteps of Parliament. This is a Total Conversion mod that aims to encapsulate the gritty, adventurous nature of the Fallout games with a new world, factions, storylines, NPCs, weapons, creatures, and much more.
According to the team, the world map is about the size of the vanilla Fallout 4 Commonwealth. The mod will also let players experience everything; from the heart of Westminster all the way to the rolling hills on the outskirts of Bromley.
Fallout London aims to bring new and exciting factions. Furthermore, it will bring new weather effects. Not only that, but Team FOLON will introduce a new weather effect, Acid Rain.
“Much like the raining systems found in Skyrim back in the day where citizens would equip umbrellas to keep themselves dry. Fallout: London ramps this up to 11 by having it’s own weather effect, Acid-Rain. This isn’t a weather you want to get caught up in and especially without a trusty umbrella. How could we possibly make a mod without rain and umbrellas being a central part of the London lifestyle.”
There is currently no ETA on when Fallout London will come out. Naturally, we’ll be sure to keep you posted about its progress.
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