Q: What is Fallout Miami?[spoiler]A: Fallout Miami is an upcoming new world mod for Fallout 4. Players will journey to the post-nuclear vacation wasteland of Miami Beach and experience a story of the ideological struggle between Order and Freedom.[/spoiler]
Q: Is Fallout Miami coming to Xbox or PS4?[spoiler]A: There are currently no plans to bring Fallout Miami to either platform due to the file size of the project. Some items may be released as standalone mods for the Xbox, however unfortunately due to Sony’s policy on the use of external assets, this will not be possible for PlayStation 4.[/spoiler]
Q: What is the scope of Fallout Miami?[spoiler]A: The scale of the project is comparable to an official expansion, featuring a main quest, multiple side quests, new items and a large cast of voiced characters.[/spoiler]
Q: How big is Miami?[spoiler]A: Fallout Miami comprises of a large section of Miami Beach. The in-game map is slightly larger than Far Harbor. The geographic area covered is roughly from South Ponite Pier to the famed Fontainebleau hotel.[/spoiler]
Q: Will familiar factions such as the Institute, New California Republic, Caesar's Legion, etc be present in Miami?[spoiler]A: The narrative we are attempting to tell means certain factions such as the New California Republic would not be appropriate for our world. We don’t plan to bring back multiple factions or characters from previous games. We are instead focusing our efforts on introducing some new factions that are fitting for the unique culture and history of Miami. We hope you will like them as much as older, more familiar factions. Don't rule out certain aspects from older games making an appearance however.[/spoiler]
Q: When will Fallout Miami be released?[spoiler]A: Fallout Miami is the creation of a number of individuals volunteering their free time, which makes providing a fixed release date difficult. We do have a set date internally, and targets to reach that goal, however we don’t plan to share this information publicly yet.[/spoiler]
Q: What do I need to run Fallout Miami?[spoiler]A: Fallout Miami requires all the official DLC, including the larger Far Harbor and Nuka World expansions. We have no plans to release a “No DLC” version as it would require a major rework of our worldspace.[/spoiler]
Q: Will I need to start a new game or save to play Fallout Miami?[spoiler]A: Fallout Miami continues the adventures of the Sole Survivor from Fallout 4, therefore a new game isn’t required and you will be able to continue from a previous save similar to official DLC content.[/spoiler]
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I am much disappoint that I will not be able to play it on console... It looks so good...
Maybe Bethesda could sort something out.. make it an extra paid expansion? Of course those that made it get the credit and get paid for it.
Kinnda wish they could find a way of bringing these mods to console. Be kinnda cool if they could work some kindda deal.
Heck Valve did it with Black Mesa. That started out as a fan project to remake the first Half-Life in the Half-Life 2 engine. Valve made them an offer to release it as a purchaseable game on Steam for $20 bucks.
Did you take part in its development? If you did, you guys did one hell of a job from the looks of the trailer. Unfortunately, I don't have a PC, so I won't be able to play this masterpiece, but it looks great regardless!