Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition Free Download PC
Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition Free Download PC Complete and Full Setup PC Game for Windows with Direct Links. Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition is RPG Action Game.
Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition PC Game Specifications
Genre : Action, RPG
Platform : PC
Language : English
Size : 5.59 GB
Publication Type : RePack
Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition PC Game Description
The ultimate edition of Fallout New Vegas contains the base game itself along with the expansion packs
Old World Blues
as well as the equipment packs
Gun Runners’ Arsenal
Fallout New Vegas
Fallout: New Vegas, like its predecessors, takes place in an alternate timeline where a war over resources sprouts up in the 1950s and ultimately culminates in a nuclear apocalypse. The game is set in the wastes of Nevada, surrounding the city of New Vegas, the successor of the old Las Vegas, a gambling paradise seemingly untouched by nuclear devastation. A war is brewing in this territory between the NCR (New California Republic) and various tribes of raiders, including the Great Khans and Caesar’s Legionnaires. The NCR is a group that wishes to preserve ancient weaponry as well as bring law and order to the wastes, no matter at what price.
The player takes on the role of a courier who is assigned to deliver a package to the mysterious and enigmatic Mr. House, the owner of New Vegas. However, once the package finds its way to its destination, a man in a checkered shirt and a pair of thugs intercept the courier and begin to dig an open grave. The courier is shot, buried, and left for dead, but is later dug up and brought to a doctor in a nearby town by a robot who saw the events transpire. The protagonist must now find out who tried to kill him/her, and why.
Gameplay primarily resembles its immediate predecessor, Fallout 3, utilizing the same engine, interface, and most features. Like the previous game, Fallout: New Vegas is open-ended and focuses on exploration. Although each game begins essentially the same, once the player has molded the protagonist’s base stats, traits, sex, and appearance, the game progresses in a largely non-linear fashion. The player can pursue the main quest, or explore the wastes and take up side-quests from various NPCs. The main character will level up as he or she gains experience by completing quests, doing unique actions and defeating foes.
There are new gameplay elements as well. There is a larger variety of weaponry, and the player can now aim down the sights with guns, as well as change the type of ammo the gun uses. Different types of ammo have different effects on enemies. The player can also use workbenches, campfires, and reload benches to craft unique items, consumables, and ammunition respectively. There is an influence system in the protagonist’s standing with various towns and factions. The influence rating will determine whether or not that faction or town is friendly to the protagonist or not, and his affiliation to some groups may affect this as well. The player can also try and fool enemy factions by dressing up as a member of that faction, but must use stealth to avoid guards as guards may see past the disguise.
There is also a new mode of play known as “Hardcore” mode. Hardcore mode is an extreme difficulty setting that alters the gameplay to make a much larger focus on survival. The changes in hardcore mode are as follows:
Stimpaks will not heal the protagonist immediately, but over a period of time, and they cannot heal crippled limbs. Only a doctor bag can heal a crippled limb.
Similarly, the RadAway chem does not remove radiation sickness immediately, but rather over a period of time.
The protagonist must eat food, drink water, and sleep on a regular basis, or he/she will die.
Ammo adds weight and encumbers the protagonist.
Companions can be killed in battle.
As in Fallout 3, the protagonist levels up, gains perks (although perks now come every other level and instead of starting with a perk, the player starts with two special traits), and can use functions such as fast traveling, waiting or sleeping to adjust the time of day, and fight foes in action combat using the traditional first-person control scheme (although the third-person camera is still an option), or the V.A.T.S. targeting system, which allows the player to pause the game and target specific parts of the enemy’s body.
Fallout New Vegas – Dead Money
Ah, the Sierra Madre resort and casino. The most opulent and extravagant resort ever conceived. It was built with the finest luxuries and top of the line security. And it never opened. On the day of its big gala opening, the bombs fell. The hotel’s system hermetically sealed; no one could get in and no one could leave. In time, the air conditioning and climate control began to fail, spilling poisonous gas into the surrounding area. Almost everyone in the surrounding areas died. Almost. A group did survive. They seemed to have special has-mat suits that offered some protection but they changed. Their eyes glow, they never speak and, if they defeat a foe, they drag their unconscious form away to what may be a fate worse than death. Legends call them the Ghost People.
You, the courier, were drawn to an abandoned Brotherhood of Steel bunker by a mysterious signal. Next thing you know, you’ve been knocked out. You wake up with a slave collar around your neck and receive a message from the missing Brotherhood of Steel elder, Father Elijah. He wants you, along with others who have been captured, to search for the Sierra Madre treasure…or die trying.
Fallout: New Vegas – Dead Money is a downloadable add-on to Fallout: New Vegas. It features new enemies, new quests, new achievements and raises the top level from thirty to thirty-five. You are helped in the game by a ghoulified lounge singer called Dean Domino, a mute human named Christine Royce, and a super mutant called Dog or God, depending on which personality is in control at the time.
Fallout New Vegas – Honest Hearts
Fallout: New Vegas – Honest Hearts is the second downloadable add-on for Fallout: New Vegas. The story leads the protagonist to the Canyon of Zion where he stumbles into a war between three tribes: the White Legs want to assimilate the Sorrows so they can join the Legion; the Dead Horses are allied with the Sorrows, but the two spiritual leaders have different opinions how to proceed: Joshua Graham, previously a high-ranking member of the Legion, wants to attack and Daniel, a New Canaanite (Mormon), prefers an evacuation.
Just like in the first DLC, once started, the player has to finish his new quests before he can return to the main game content. He also has to leave behind his companion and all equipment over a weight of 75 (respectively 100 with the right skills) behind. The structure of this DLC is somewhat different: while Dead Money tells a linear story, Honest Hearts is more about exploring the new playing area. The maximum character level is increased by five, and a variety of new enemies, perks and weapons is added.
Fallout New Vegas – Old World Blues
Fallout: New Vegas – Old World Blues is the third DLC (direct download content) for Fallout: New Vegas. This time the protagonist visits an old research crater named Big MT in which the greatest minds of the USA were supposed to research in a perfect environment. As expected this doesn’t go well for long and so the most new content deals with the subject “mad science”.
Besides the story missions the DLC adds new enemies, new perks, new equipment to tinker with and an increased level cap by five. The new area has to be completed before coming back to the main game.
Fallout New Vegas – Lonesome Road
Fallout: New Vegas – Lonesome Road is the fourth DLC (downloadable content) for Fallout: New Vegas. It leads the player to the Divide, a destroyed place where radiation mutilated the inhabitants even worse than the general Ghoul. The protagonist also meets the mysterious courier Ulysses and the story provided the information to tie up several loose ends from the previous DLCs and the main game.
The game lives up to its name: It is a linear experience with limited means for exploring optional areas. However, the road itself offers varied areas like collapsed buildings or caves. Additionally there are also new enemies, new items, new perks and an increased level cap of five. In contrast to the previous DLCs, the player can leave the new area at any time to stock up.
Fallout New Vegas – Courier’s Stash
Courier’s Stash is a compilation of content that was previously only available to people who pre-ordered Fallout: New Vegas. These are:
The Caravan Pack
The Classic Pack
The Mercenary Pack
and The Tribal Pack
Fallout New Vegas – Gun Runners’ Arsenal
The Gun Runners Arsenal is a DLC add-on pack for Fallout: New Vegas that adds a host of new weapons, weapon mods, recipes and ammo types that can be located throughout the Mojave Wasteland once it is installed.
Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition PC Game System Requirements
OS: Windows Vista/7
Processor: INTEL 2.4 GHz Dual Core
RAM: 2 GB
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS or ATI Radeon X850 Series
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Hard Drive: 10 GB free
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