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Fallout 4: Point Lookout mod adds a ton of new quests

Catherine Lewis

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Fallout 4: Point Lookout mod adds a ton of new quests

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Fallout fans have quite the task ahead of them - the seemingly eternal wait for Fallout 5.

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It’s been almost eight years since the release of Fallout 4, and although we did have Fallout 76 arrive a few years after that, I think it’s safe to say that many would have preferred if that didn’t happen at all (although to be fair to it, all these years on, Fallout 76 is much better than it was at launch). Thankfully, Fallout 5 has been officially confirmed by Bethesda boss Todd Howard, but it’ll only be given the studio’s focus after The Elder Scrolls VI has been completed. We don’t currently know when that’s going to released, however - it was recently alleged by a lawyer (during Microsoft's court battle against the Federal Trade Commission) that it’s projected to release in 2026, but it remains to be seen if that date is accurate.

Take a look at the trailer for the expansive Fallout 4 mod, Fallout: London, below.

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Needless to say, there’s quite a wait before we can expect to see the next Fallout game hit our screens, which is why it’s a relief that Fallout 4 still has a very active modding community. If you’re looking for more content to dive into, then the Fallout 4 - Point Lookout mod is absolutely perfect. If you think that name sounds familiar, it’s because it is - it’s a recreation of the Point Lookout DLC from Fallout 3. The mod comes complete with every single quest and NPC from the original DLC, so there’s loads of content to get stuck into, and better yet, it’s totally free.

If you want to try the Fallout 4 - Point Lookout mod yourself, you can download it from Nexus Mods right here, courtesy of The Capital Wasteland Team. Obviously, this only works on the PC version of Fallout 4, so if you’re on console, then you’re out of luck.

Topics: Fallout, Mods, PC

Catherine Lewis
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