Fallout: Miami Would Be Pretty Cool, This Mod Shows

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The next massive total-conversion mod for Fallout 4 is taking players to Miami. A new trailer for Fallout: Miami reveals the Florida city remade in the war-torn, radiation-filled landscape of the Fallout universe. The primary modder behind Fallout: Miami is Milan "Mika999" Brajkovic, most well-known for being the creator behind the well-received Shard of Oblivion mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

The new mod takes reimagined content from Fallout 4 and its Far Harbor and Nuka-World DLC expansions. Fallout: Miami's website claims the mod's map will be slightly larger than Far Harbor's, roughly covering South Pointe Pier to Fontainebleau Hotel. The mod doesn't have an official release date as of yet, and the creators behind it are seeking volunteers who are familiar with the Fallout Creation Kit to help finish the project. The trailer seems to promise a similar experience to Fallout: New Vegas.

Fallout 4 is available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. However, like most mods, Fallout: Miami is only scheduled for PC.

Another mod for PC, titled Fallout: New California is launching October 23. According to Polygon, New California is a mod of Fallout: New Vegas, and its story acts as an unofficial prequel to Bethesda's 2010 RPG.

Fallout 76, the next official release in the Fallout franchise, is heading to West Virginia. The game takes place in the earliest point on the Fallout timeline, approximately 60 years before the original 1997 game's story. Bethesda is taking a different approach with Fallout 76, opting for a massive-multiplayer online experience as opposed to a single-player RPG. Fallout 76 launches for Xbox One, PS4, and PC on November 14. A beta is scheduled for October.

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