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Fallout 3's Fallout 4 engine remake receives a teaser trailer

Fallout 3's content with Fallout 4's improved gameplay

Fallout 3's Fallout 4 engine Remake receives a teaser trailer

Fallout 3's Fallout 4 engine remake receives a teaser trailer

A modding team called Road to Liberty is currently working to recreate Fallout 3 within Fallout 4's Creation Engine, bringing with it an upgrade to modern graphics and some of Fallout 4's improved features. 

The team plans to deliver all of the base game's content to Fallout 4's creation engine, from its locations all the way to the game's quests, weapons and NPCs. For now, Fallout 3's DLC content is excluded from this mod, as the base-game alone is already an insane undertaking for such a small team.  

Below is an excerpt from the mod's FAQ, which lays out the team's plans for their "Capital Wasteland: A Road to Liberty" mod for Fallout 4. Please note that this is not the team that aims to bring Fallout: New Vegas into Fallout 4's creation engine. More info about Fallout 4: New Vegas is available here.  
 

   WHEN WILL THE PROJECT BE FINISHED/ WHAT IS THE RELEASE DATE FOR THIS MOD?

Impossible to answer. This is a huge project where many of the members and contributers only work when they have freetime outside of their daily lives.

WILL YOU BE ADDING ______?

Potentially, though not necessarily. Our primary focus is on finishing the base game with no DLC's, so excluding extra content from the GOTY edition we will be remaking everything within our power from weapons, armor, npc's, quests, and locations.

On the subject of DLC: We will be adding in only DLC specific locations that appear within the main Capital Wasteland Worldspace though there will be no DLC areas accessible until we decide to work on them or not.

As for cut content it will be situational on whether or not we feel it will add to the world we're creating, but it isn't something we're focusing on.

  

Below is the first teaser trailer for Capital Wasteland: A Road to Liberty is available to view below, giving gamers a glimpse of what this Fallout 3 remake will look like using Fallout 4's engine.  

 

 

Those who are interested can learn more about Fallout 3's Creation engine remake/mod here

At this time Capital Wasteland: A Road to Liberty has no set release date. 

You can join the discussion on Capital Wasteland: A Road to Liberty on the OC3D Forums

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16-01-2018, 05:31:29

AlienALX
Another team are doing New Vegas, but this is the one I want Quote

26-02-2018, 16:59:01

AlienALX
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=VxoK62lusZ8

OK, so hype level has reached "Pee your pants".Quote

26-02-2018, 20:31:52

Wraith
I feel the same about this as I did with Skyrim Special edition, once you've modded the hell out of the Vanilla game any attempt at a remake even with the newest engine just looks the same or slightly worse like a bad photocopy. Almost as bad as trying to tell the difference between this years and last years Porsche.Quote

27-02-2018, 03:54:57

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
I feel the same about this as I did with Skyrim Special edition, once you've modded the hell out of the Vanilla game any attempt at a remake even with the newest engine just looks the same or slightly worse like a bad photocopy. Almost as bad as trying to tell the difference between this years and last years Porsche.
If anything I look forward to Morrowind more than this.Quote

27-02-2018, 04:20:43

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
I feel the same about this as I did with Skyrim Special edition, once you've modded the hell out of the Vanilla game any attempt at a remake even with the newest engine just looks the same or slightly worse like a bad photocopy. Almost as bad as trying to tell the difference between this years and last years Porsche.
Skyrim was using a new engine, though. You gotta remember Fallout 3 is now ten years old and it looks 10 years old.

And let's face it, some one was going to do it. I would rather that be the modding community for free than EA for £50.

I tried playing through it last year (FO3) but it just doesn't look believable now like it did when it launched. And that is important with a game like this and why I only recently fell in love with FO4.Quote
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