It’s well worth checking out Fallout: All Roads, a New Vegas-prequel.
Fallout is Bethesda’s best-selling RPG, and it’s no surprise when you compare the franchise to The Elder Scrolls.
Fallout New Vegas has become a favourite of post-apocalyptic gamers. This is amazing when you think that New Vegas originally was intended as an extension to Fallout 3., before Bethesda turned it into a standalone game.
New Vegas released on PC, PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 in 2010. For thirteen years now, the fans of this game have demanded a sequel. Its developers Obsidian Entertainment are eager to bring it back, be it a sequel, or a remaster.
A teaser was posted online, but then mysteriously deleted. This sparked a fan frenzy and sparked hopes of a New Vegas follow-up. We’re not holding our breath for a Fallout: New Vegas sequel, no matter how much we would love it.
While fans wait for something they may never see, Chris Avellone’s fantastic graphic novel should tide them over at least temporarily. This graphic novel, which is published by Dark Horse and entitled Fallout New Vegas – All Roads, takes place one week prior to the events in the main game.
A physical copy of the graphic novel is likely to be expensive. It was published as a hardback in the ‘Fallout New Vegas Collector’s Edition’. Dark Horse Digital also had a digital version, which is no longer accessible. Many internet preservation sites , such as Archive.org, allow you to read All Roads for free.
This Fallout 2 Multiplayer mod can be downloaded and played right now.
New Vegas for PC, PlayStation 3 & Xbox is now available. S and Xbox One.