Fallout London Mod Sets New Release for Saint George’s Day 2024

  • 27-12-2023
  • Tyler Anderson
Fallout London Mod Sets New Release for Saint George’s Day 2024

Excitement builds as the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout takes a new turn toward the historic metropolis of London, thanks to an impressive conversion mod for Fallout 4. The creative minds at Team FOLON have recently declared a new launch date for their far-reaching project, Fallout London. Mark your calendars for April 24, 2024 — a date that holds significance as Saint George’s Day — for what they describe as a "game-size" mod.

True to their commitment to quality, the modding collective has articulated their decision to delay the release slightly beyond their initial target. Via a Twitter update, they explained the need for more robust testing before the mod goes live. The team has faced setbacks likely due to global conflicts, with key scripting personnel from war-torn regions. Consequently, the revised release date is set to provide additional time for thorough testing.

Also noteworthy is the mod’s coinciding with the buzz surrounding the upcoming Fallout TV show. Coincidingly with this announcement, a tantalizing new trailer for the show has emerged, offering a glimpse into what promises to be an enthralling expansion of the Fallout universe, albeit with a peculiarly pristine aesthetic.

To whet the appetites of eager fans, Team FOLON has shared an overview video capturing glimpses of this expansive mod. Venturing into Fallout London is not just a relocation of the familiar Commonwealth experience to British soil. The video offers previews of the transformed boroughs such as Greenwich and Westminster and showcases the lush post-apocalyptic landscape of Bromley, packed with new music, ambient sounds, and a host of fully-voiced comrades for the journey.

The mod is more than a mere backdrop change; it introduces a treasure trove of over a hundred unique quests, branching narratives, and brand-new features. These innovations include immersive gameplay elements like a playable guitar, dynamic weather changes, and diverse modes of fast travel, including boats, trains, and taxis. As a nod to its British setting, even the classic Vault Boy has been supplanted by an Atta Boy interface, promising a vintage yet freshly British user experience.