"Long ago in an ancient and chaotic time period know as the 00's, Bethesda and Zenimax attained the rights to a game called Fallout: A Post-Apocalyptic Role-Playing Game from Interplay and Black Isle Studios. In 2008, they release their first installation into the franchise: Fallout 3.

Now, nearly 10 years later, we want to keep the first 3D entry alive and kicking by updating and bringing it into the current generation of gaming and graphics by rebuilding the entire Capital Wasteland complete with quests, dialog, and all locations into Fallout 4's Creation Engine.

This mod looks really cool and something i'm now following and anticipating the release of. I know these kinds of things are really hard to develop so i'm not expecting it to be done any time soon but the ability to play Fallout 3 with the Fallout 4 engine and updated graphics sounds awesome. I wonder if it's the base Fo3 game or includes the first DLC that brings you back to life to continue on after the game ends? Either way then this launches it should be a great way to relive the Capital Wasteland adventure.


Travis   Admin wrote on 01/22/2018 at 04:47am

As with any game where assets are being ported to a new engine, you can see some odd things in the trailer where old models look a little weird with the new shiny lighting and shadows (the most obvious one that stands out to me in this category is Half Life: Source, which is still my preferred way to play). But still, that looks gorgeous, especially where they've re-made the models.

I hope this is more successful than the various mods to port Elder Scrolls games to the newer engine.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 01/23/2018 at 05:13am

I hope so too. I played a mod where someone remade StarCraft in the SCII engine and it was great. Lots of work and then Blizzard released the remastered edition but it's a really cool mod.

Travis   Admin wrote on 02/01/2018 at 06:52pm

Oh so I take back what I said in the last sentence of my comment above.


Skyblivion is nearly done with quests around 90% complete. They’re just working out some final quest logic.

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