Fallout: Miami basically looks like Fallout 5 and we can't wait
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After the news that we probably won’t see Fallout 5 until at least 2030, fans of the franchise are desperate to dive back into the post-apocalyptic world. Luckily for them, the upcoming Fallout: Miami looks to be the perfect thing to fill that void and they also get to hang out on Miami Beach.
Fallout: Miami is an upcoming new-world mod for Fallout 4 which will see players journey to a wasteland once known as Miami Beach. Caught between an ideological struggle between order and freedom, the story will be as expansive and complicated as a standard Fallout title when it releases sometime in the future.
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“The central theme of our story is the struggle between order and freedom,” the official synopsis reads. “The setting for this new adventure is the post-apocalyptic Vacation Wasteland of Miami Beach. Once a popular tourist destination, attracting rich and glamorous visitors both foreign and domestic, it now plays host to an eclectic assortment of factions and societies, each with its own culture and approach to the challenges of this new post-nuclear world.”
In Fallout: Miami, you will be able to join one of two factions: Nuclear Patriots or the Enclave. The Nuclear Patriots are “Nietzschean, anarcho-libertarian automobile fanatics and road warriors who dispense their own brand of wasteland justice” whilst the Enclave are “an isolated Enclave detachment, trying to defy the multiple setbacks faced by the faction and work toward the dream of rebuilding America.”
Although the mod will feature a silent protagonist, Fallout: Miami will still include a main quest, side missions, new items and a large cast of voice characters which makes it comparable to a full-size expansion. Additionally, and perhaps most excitingly, the development team is still searching for voice actors for the project and even fellow developers.
This is not the first mod that brings a whole new expansion to Fallout 4. Just last week, we reported on a mod that combined Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas into one multiplayer game as well as Fallout: Red Scare, a brand-new story for Fallout 4.
It may be a while until Bethesda turns its attention back to the Fallout series but until then, we are lucky to have some talented modders on our side.