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Fallout: New Vegas Mod Negan and Lucille Out Now

Negan from The Walking Dead arrives on the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Fallout: New Vegas in a new mod.

Despite being a spin-off and not belonging to the mainline Fallout series of post-apocalyptic action role-playing games, Fallout: New Vegas from Obsidian Entertainment is still popular when the world is eagerly waiting to enter Vault 76 in upcoming prequel, Fallout 76.

One of the reasons for the charm behind this nearly a decade-old title is that talented game designers and independent programmers are constantly creating new modifications and a recent fan-made mod introduces Negan from The Walking Dead.

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Fallout: New Vegas Mod Negan and Lucille Out Now

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Players can now step into the boots of the lunatic Negan, who is a survivor of apocalypse and leader of the Saviors from the horror drama television series. He is weirdly obsessed with his barb wire wrapped baseball bat and loves to bash things and stuff with it.

In this newly introduced mod, you can explore the Mojave Wasteland playing as Negan while swinging his legendary bat "Lucille" against the Ghouls, Mutants and any other hostile raiders that wander around to smash their head to a bloody pulp.

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We found a demonstration of how Negan will play out in the post-apocalyptic wasteland on the YouTube channel of WackyW3irdo, which we urge you to check out.




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Though the graphics didn't do any justice to Negan in terms of the likeness to actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan or his voice, it surely brings out his brutal and ferocious nature. He gets real gory with his favorite weapon when bashing down the skulls of anyone he faces.

Another fun nod to the show is that the skin of the radiation ravaged Ghouls are changed to look more like the walkers from the show. Some of the escaped convicts from California Republic prison took it too hard and their brain got splashed all over.

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Even in 2018, Fallout: New Vegas is heavily proffered to some group of fans than Fallout 4 probably because the game steeped in the way of the first two games, which eventually changed from Fallout 3 to introduce a more complex gameplay.

It really is a shame that Bethesda won't allow developer Obsidian Entertainment to work on a sequel or a game on similar background by holding a tight grip on the franchise till date. Until they do, fans are to stay content with modding renowned licensed properties.

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