Fallout 4: New Vegas is a total conversion counter aimed at bringing all Fallout: New Vegas into the more modern Fallout 4 engine. It's a high order, sure, but the team behind F4NV has now proven itself in the New Vegas drawing process that runs in the newer engine.
As you remember, Fallout: New Vegas opens with you, "Courier," be shot and left dead in the desert outside New Vegas. When you arrive, you are in the home of a doctor Mitchell, resident doctor in the village of Goodsprings. You exercise your characteristics and abilities when answering the physician's questions about how you feel, running through a Rorschach inkblot test and a session with the antique Vit-O-Matic Vigor Tester.
It is now present in Fallout 4: New Vegas, now with high-res visuals and the updated face and drawing animations introduced with Fallout 4. It's still an ongoing work and of course the roughness of the older games Certainly visible in this rebuilt version. 1
Remarkable is voiceover for Doc Mitchell, as the team has taken up a new actor to comply with Bethesda's requirements for projects like this. The new dialogue is quite spot-on, at least if my own memory of New Vegas earns me.
The project is still seeking voters, and if you want to audition, you can apply to this Casting Call Club site. They want to know about the recording equipment and experience you have if you apply.
Ambitious overtakes like this do not always end, but Fallout 4: New Vegas draws talent from many passionate mudders. It will be worth keeping an eye on.