Free fan-made mod for FNV
The Frontier is a game sized modification for Fallout: New Vegas. Created by more than a dozen of community members over a seven-year period, it's one of the largest modifications ever released for Fallout: New Vegas. It offers a unique experience for players both old and new by featuring new gameplay mechanics like high-quality drivable vehicles, and well-thought-out scripting and visual effects topped with high caliber voice acting, dozens of side quests, and hundreds of skilled characters!
New nuclear winter
Set in the cold, snowy streets of Portland Oregon, the New California Exiles and Caesar’s Legion fight for the city rich in resources and military hardware. The Frontier features 3 distinct main quest lines with over 15 hours of gameplay each (with the New California Public reaching over 35 hours). The NCP questline has a linear but action-packed storyline. The dialogue-heavy adventure has an expanded view of the Legion and Crusaders of Steel.
This includes a large variety of content from side quests, characters, and unmarked quests. Whether you’re a driver or walker, the Frontier has things for you to do. Its revolutionary driving system (created entirely without low-level code integration) created vehicles with a highly responsive modded driving system. You won’t be the only one with new vehicles, your enemies will also a new set of tools, weapons, and vehicles too!
There’s plenty of armor and arsenal to go around to keep you safe, and there’s lots of time for looting for new gear. Ballistic weapons come with punchy impact, energy weapons with glorifying critical kills, and hard-hitting melee and fire come. With 150 new weapons and state of the art visual effects and sounds, you’re sure to get around the hostility of the game.
A great revival of a classic
Fans of the Fallout series, especially Fallout: Las Vegas, should download this program. With hundreds of new armor, weapons, and vehicles, you can change the course of the original game. The creators have laid this out within hundreds of hours of gameplay, so you should be able to use all of them by the end of the game. What you should note is that this is a fan-made modification that can make it vulnerable to glitches, bugs, and security issues.