The highly anticipated fan-made mod, Fallout: London, is experiencing a delay in its release due to the newly announced release date for Starfield.
This mod has garnered significant attention within the Fallout 4 community, thanks to its expansive scale and size.
Developers have now confirmed that the release of Fallout: London will be pushed back to later this year.
“While we are unable to provide a specific date, I can confidently say that the mod will be released in the fourth quarter of this year,” stated project lead Dean Carter in a recent video update.
“You may be wondering, why the delay? Well, originally, we had aimed for a release in the third quarter, which is soon. However, a certain space game faced a delay and is now scheduled to be released around the same time we had initially planned. As a result, we have decided to release our mod in the last quarter.”
Regarding the mod itself, Fallout: London introduces a completely new and distinctly British setting to Fallout 4.
Players can expect mutant badgers, palace guard uniforms, and even functional trains that they can board. However, they will have to wait a little longer before they can experience it.
“This delay not only gives you more time to enjoy Starfield, but it also allows us additional time for thorough playtesting and bug fixing. It’s a win-win situation, isn’t it?” added Carter. “We sincerely appreciate your patience. Expect us around that time.”
As a DLC-sized conversion, Fallout: London has attracted considerable attention, especially with its previous inclusion of ghoulish versions of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, which the developers have decided to remove.
The expected launch window for Fallout: London is between October and December 2023.
“Fortunately, we are not pressured by shareholders to release unfinished products. Our commitment to you is that we will not release anything rushed or broken. Therefore, if for any reason the stars and planets don’t align, I will be the first to inform you and apologize. But for now, everything is on track for the end of the year,” assured Carter.
Last year, Carter discussed the challenges of incorporating British culture into the Fallout universe in an interview with NME.
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