The first official trailer for a Fallout: New Vegas fan-made version called Fallout: Nuevo Mexico has been released, promising a big expansion with much to do. It was first revealed in May 2021 by the creative team behind the Fallout: New Vegas mod, replete with a cinematic teaser trailer built around an urgent news report and someone’s tragic death. Gamers are still flocking to Fallout: New Vegas more than a decade after its October 2010 debut on PC and seventh-generation consoles.
This is mostly due to the consistently amazing PC modifications that appear on the web. In one recent version, for example, a variety of new vehicles and over 100 new weapons were included, as well as an additional 35 hours of gameplay. PushTheWinButton, a fan-made modder, was able to reinstate NPCs that were originally eliminated from the open-world environment of Fallout: New Vegas. Nonetheless, Fallout aficionados are still anxious to test out a few important modifications, some of which first appeared in 2021. The Fallout: Nuevo Mexico YouTube account posted its first official trailer for the previously mentioned mod over the weekend, as noticed by Wccftech.
The five-minute video doesn’t give any information on the expansion’s release date, but it does give a closer look at what it will bring to the table in terms of gameplay. An RPG experience based on both the original Fallout and Fallout 2 has been added to Fallout: New Vegas by the Nuevo Mexico mod. The game takes set in 2285 in the post-apocalyptic wastelands of New Mexico and Old Mexico. There are “several new activities” in the works, according to a YouTube video description that is now unavailable. This is still a work-in-progress, as previously indicated.
Although no release date for the Fallout: Nuevo Mexico extension has been announced yet, this is a mod that PC gamers should keep an eye on in the near future. Fallout: Revelation Blue is just another mod that gamers eagerly await. Players will be able to get their hands on the Van Buren-themed Revelation Blue build, which was announced last year. Moreover, the release date is undetermined as well. When Obisidan Entertainment released Fallout: New Vegas in the fall of 2010, it quickly became a fan favourite. Since Bethesda Softworks and Obsidian are now part of Xbox Game Studios, some fans are holding out hope that another Fallout game from Obsidian could be on the way.