Obsidian Game Directors Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky have expressed their excitement at the idea of a Fallout New Vegas “Graphic Revision”.
Speaking about the reveal of in an interview with TheGamer.com The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition‘S forthcoming releaseCain and Boyarsky said that a remastered version of New Vegas that would be great” (via TheGamer (opens in new tab)).
Although Cain stressed that the decision is not “up to [him]Both directors seem keen on the idea of a “graphic remaster” for the fan-favorite classic.
Originally released in 2011, Fallout: New Vegas tells the story of a courier’s journey through the post-apocalyptic deserts of the Mojave Desert. The immersive open-world experience sees the player negotiate a tense political dispute between multiple different factions as the remnants of human civilization struggle for control of New Vegas – one of the few major cities to survive the nuclear war between China and the United States .
In the same interview The Outer Worlds Production Manager Eric DeMilt talked about why New Vegas resonates so strongly with fans: “When it came out, it had stability issues, [but] It overcame those and now people can come back to this game because these characters and stories are just rich and people want to be there.”
A kick in the head
Cain and Boyarsky’s excitement comes from the back of the recently announced The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Editiona comprehensive and polished repackaging of The Outer Worlds complete with overhauled graphics, gameplay tweaks, and a full list of DLCs for players to enjoy.
Given that Outer Worlds is something of a spiritual successor to New Vegas, it is only natural that the discussion turns to Obsidian’s earlier work as well. Although nothing has been confirmed as of yet, it is exciting to believe that a New Vegas Remaster could be planned in future.
New Vegas offered a distinctive RPG experience that has stayed with me to this day. However, my attempts to revisit the harsh and absurd world of the Mojave were often hampered by the game’s outdated graphics. Heading to New Vegas in the game’s opening act, despite the compelling writing and immersive setting, I found the game’s unrelenting muddyness overwhelming. Despite my best efforts, I just couldn’t stick with my playthrough.
Although I hate to admit it, I’ve clearly been spoiled by modern titles. It would be wonderful to see New Vegas received a much-needed lick of paint. It would be a real treat for such a respected classic as New Vegas to get the love and attention it deserves in the form of a graphic remaster.
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