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London is finally approaching release, but the developers have set a new condition if you want to play

London is finally approaching release, but the developers have set a new condition if you want to play

There is a small problem

Those who are looking forward to Fallout: London it won’t be long before they can give in to the total conversion mod Fallout 4. However, there is a new condition for those who wish to play.

If you didn’t already know, Fallout: London is an unofficial upcoming entry in the Fallout series that takes the story to a post-apocalyptic London.

Check out the trailer for Fallout: London below!

The DLC sized mod for Fallout 4 It will be the first time the story has been set outside of the United States and is set to incorporate the history and aesthetics of London while also giving the beloved city a “nuclear twist.”

“From stuffy parliamentary aristocrats to the resurrection of the Knights of the Round Table to an uncompromising cult of revolutionaries (and more!),” reads the official synopsis.

Originally planned to release on April 23, it was delayed due to Bethesda releasing its official next-gen update for Fallout 4. As a result, Team Folon, the brains behind Fallout: London, raised concerns about potential “complications” and issued a slight delay.

Despite initially planning to work around the next-gen update, Team Folon has now revealed that in order to execute Fallout: London, players will have to downgrade their copies of Fallout 4.

“At the 11th hour we discovered that the next generation (version of Fallout 4), even after updates, is not stable enough and therefore we are now using the old version – hence the need for a downgrader,” announced project leader Dean Carter.

“It’s been a total frustration and every setback requires the testing process to start over,” he continued. “That’s why we decided to go the downgrader route and when the ‘next gen’ is sorted, upgrade to that.”

Those who are unsure how to downgrade need not worry as the official installer for Fallout: London will take care of the process for you.

Furthermore, it won’t be much longer to wait for the new unofficial DLC with a recent update saying: “Once they (GOG) complete the double verification process that Fallout: London and your installer will work on all supported machines, we’re good to go.”

Featured image credit: Folon Team

Topics: Fallout, Bethesda, PC, Mods