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When you do this you'll be prompted with a message asking if you want to resync. Project Nevada is a mod developed by the moderators at and was released on December 11, 2011. It comes with an interface to help the modders easily install and remove it for users. Project Nevada features hundreds of new items, added dialogs, and tweaks to Fallout: New Vegas. The mod focuses on adding new dialogs, enemies, items, quests, and character appearance changes. Nuka-World is the new standalone expansion of Fallout: New Vegas, released on October 29, 2013. It features four new maps, around 5,000 new items, a new area, a new character, new weapons, and a number of changes to the world itself. It also includes fixes and improvements to New Vegas. The Broken Steel DLC, which is included with Fallout 4, is set ten years after Fallout: New Vegas. It features three new areas, four new quests, twenty-five new items, and a new faction, while fixing several bugs. Bethesda added enhancements to the Fallout 4 engine, including a new weather system, improved first-person camera, new animation improvements and improved character facial animation. Additionally, the level cap was increased from the previous 30 to 99. Development Fallout: New Vegas was developed by Obsidian Entertainment, a studio known for its role-playing games. When Fallout: New Vegas was first shown to the public, it was a completed game. The initial intention was to release it by the end of 2008, but Obsidian underestimated the complexity of the game's engine, which was based on the Aurochs engine. As of November 3, 2008, Fallout: New Vegas was expected to ship on February 14, 2009, for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Bethesda stated they could make the game compatible with the PC version of Fallout 3, but it would require development time and the game was not expected to be released for another year. The working title of the game was Forge, but that was later changed to Fallout: New Vegas. By September 2009, the development team was completely aware that their engine was not scalable for the game, and much of the work already done was being scrapped. Obsidian Entertainment released an open letter explaining their engine issues, which included explanations for some of the decisions behind Fallout: New Vegas. Bethesda's John Blackburn said that, if Obsidian had released the game on time, it




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