Happy birthday, New Vegas.
Fallout 4: New Vegas

Ten years ago on October 19, 2010, a little game called Fallout: New Vegas was released and damn was it a hell of a lot of fun. It was praised largely for its unique gameplay elements that it brought to the franchise. It was also praised for its phenomenal writing complete with branching narrative elements that actually mattered to the overall story.

It was still a bit rough around the edges, as it had the combined bugs from being both an Obsidian game in addition to running on Bethesda's busted Gamebryo engine. Nonetheless, it was still a really enjoyable time. Many people considered it to be superior to Fallout 3 and certainly superior to Fallout 4.

Now a mod team of dedicated fans has been working on bringing the New Vegas experience to the updated engine used in Fallout 4. So you get the benefits of the Fallout: New Vegas writing and environment but on a more modern iteration of the Gamebryo engine. Because let's face it, Fallout 4's Creation Engine is just an updated version of Gamebryo. Even though it's just Gamebryo with a fresh coat of paint, it is still far more advanced than what the original New Vegas was running on.

Today, the mod team unveiled a new trailer for their Fallout 4: New Vegas mod that they have been working on. As you may have already assumed, Fallout 4: New Vegas is an effort to bring the entirety of Fallout: New Vegas on to the Fallout 4 engine as a mod. So far, it looks like they are progressing at an impressive rate. This is their first new trailer in roughly five months.

The team has been working on this project for the better part of two years now.