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Fallout: Cascadia takes players to post-apocalyptic Seattle

Fallout: Cascadia takes players to post-apocalyptic Seattle

Fallout: Cascadia takes wasteland survivor's to an entirely new area, Seattle, and reintroduces them to the New Vegas faction, the NCR

Fallout fans will be waiting a long time before their next post-apocalyptic outing, as Bethesda puts its primary focus on Starfield and The Elder Scrolls: VI. Wasteland survivors that don’t want to wait that long for a new game, and aren’t interested in the upcoming TV show, are in luck however, as they can pass the time with a whole new adventure, Fallout: Cascadia.

Fallout: Cascadia is a fan-created Fallout game that takes the series to a new location, Seattle, whilst bringing back some familiar faces and factions, all completely free of charge. Players will take on the role of a new protagonist, The Drifter, and explore the war-torn city of Seattle, meet the locals, and come face to face with the NCR once again, a faction originally found in Fallout: New Vegas.

Bethesda games are known for their dedicated modding community, which routinely develop remasters, in-game items, and quests for players who want a little more out of their game, and a number of expansion projects, like Fallout: The Odyssey, have been made over the years.

Created solely by volunteers, the game aims to go “back to the roots” of the Fallout series, re-introducing gameplay elements that were omitted from Fallout 4. These include character skills and traits, weapon durability, dialogue choices and more, all with the aim of recreating the faithful Fallout experience fans know and love.

The project is massive as well, featuring a complete open-world environment, all with its own things to see and do, including a number of settlements scattered across the map, full of new characters to know and ally yourself with. Players will need to traverse the city’s ruins, forests, and swamps if they want to see everything the expansion has to offer. Luckily, there’s a variety of quests that’ll have you trekking all over the map, all revolving around the different factions that call Seattle their home.

Fallout: Cascadia is free to download for PC players, and is a great way to pass the time as you wait for Bethesda’s highly-anticipated upcoming releases. It just goes to show that if Fallout fans want a new game, they’re more than happy to do it themselves.

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Fallout, Bethesda, Mods, PC