Fallout 4 is a fantastic role-playing game filled with tons of quests and hostile types as well as almost unlimited customization options, but in the end the post-apocalyptic world can begin to feel a little depressing. If you need a moral increase, the new Fallout: Miami gives you a chance to explore a region with a little more color.
Developed by visual artist Milan Brajkovic ̵
"This place used to be a paradise. Now you have these young kids from the north with their souvenirs and … do not even make me start slaves schmucks," the narrator told the official's official trailer. "But people here out survives. "
The narrator mentions sandstorms, alligators and" something much, much worse "as we see a two-leg alligator world. In combination with the major tropical storms that usually hit Florida, we can expect Miami to be a rather unusual place for survivors.
Even though it's hit by a nuclear bomb, Miami Beach still has a color in Fallout: Miami . The beach is still light blue and some of the city's infrastructure stands Still, if you can ignore the mutants rushing on you with the intention of tearing your head off your shoulders, you can even enjoy yourself!
New weapons are also added to suit the vacation theme, including Squirtgun ", a water-soaker so m has been modified to shoot acid. A special Pop & Chill soda is also available to quench the thirst after a long day of killing, and it comes in lemon, orange and tropical lime. Soda even contains nicotine that helps you get through your cigarette needs.
Fallout 4 is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Fallout 76 is scheduled to come to the same platforms on November 14th, and will bring online interactions to the series.