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New Fallout: New Vegas mod looks as slick as an official expansion

Something to tide you over until Fallout 4 comes out.

Modders have created an add-on for Fallout: New Vegas that looks as slick as an official expansion.

Fallout : Autumn Leaves, out 1st October, adds over 2000 lines of voiced dialogue, new characters and eight quests.

Also added to the Obsidian-developed post-apocalyptic role-playing game are new perks, several endings and an original soundtrack from Pablo Coma, the composer of Healer's Quest. All in all, expect more than seven hours of gameplay, the modders said.

Here's the official blurb:

  • Walk the Mojave one last time, and discover a centuries-old library inhabited by sentient machines. In this forgotten Vault, you will discover that you might not know yourself as well as you thought you did.

In Autumn Leaves you visit a library that has been sealed away for centuries in Vault-like conditions.

  • Amidst endless rows of centuries-old books, they will unravel the disturbing secrets of these mysterious automatons - as well as the truth behind their own quest for the Platinum Chip.
  • Autumn Leaves presents the players with a series of rites of initiation where, in-between abusive robots, verbal jousts, casual death threats and phat loot, the Courier discovers their true identity.
  • Confronted by a full cast of lovably unpredictable robots programmed to emulate human emotions, they will be challenged to solve a centuries-old murder and maybe - just maybe - help the machines find their own inner self. Or blow them up.

It sounds cool! Something to tide Fallout fans over until the November 2015 release of Fallout 4, then. The intro video is below.

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