The next big conversion mode for Fallout 4 takes players to Miami. A new trailer for Fallout: Miami reveals the city's re-emergence in the war-torn, radiant landscape of the Fallout universe. The main mod behind Fallout: Miami is Milan's "Mika999" Brajkovic, best known as the creator of the Shard of Oblivion mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
The new mod takes on new content from Fallout 4 and its Far Harbor and Nuka-World DLC extensions. Fallout: The Miami website claims that the mod's map is slightly larger than Far Harbor's, covering roughly the South Pointe Pier to the Fontainebleau Hotel. The mod has no official release date yet and the creators are looking for volunteers who are familiar with the Fallout Creation Kit to complete the project. The trailer seems to promise a similar experience to Fallout: New Vegas.
Fallout 4 is available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Like most mods, Fallout: Miami is planned for PC only.
Another mod for PC entitled Fallout: New California launches on October 23rd. According to Polygon, New California is a mod of Fallout: New Vegas and its history acts as unofficial prequel to Bethesda 2010 RPG.
Fallout 76, the next official release in the Fallout franchise, is on its way to West Virginia. The game takes place at the earliest point of the Fallout timeline, approximately 60 years before the original story of the game in 1997. Bethesda takes a different approach with Fallout 76 and, unlike a single-player RPG, chooses an online experience with massive multiplayer Play. Fallout 76 will launch on Nov. 14 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. A beta is planned for October.