One of the joys of a game like Fallout 4 is that it’s enormous. It’s really difficult to see an end to it; as long as it holds your interest, you could keep playing it for years.
And then when your interest runs out? Just create a truckload more content, like the Fallout 4 Cascadia mod. Here’s the (Space Needle) elevator pitch from Cascadia’s tumblr page:
The scale of this project is a land area that is just a bit smaller than Fallout 3, but more quests and locations than Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC. We currently have approximately 18 members working on this project to the bring the Pacific Northwest to the world of Fallout.
Sweet. The Fallout 4 Cascadia mod is also going to be reliant on a completely new save; it’s set in a different time and story arc to Fallout 4, which gives them a lot of freedom to do things without tripping over canon, and means you’ll be able to start Cascadia and explore locations around Washington State without having to escape Vault 111 and schlep across the country first.
Want to get in on the Fallout 4 modding community? You’re going to need the main game first!
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