Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Announced

Have you enjoyed Fallout: New Vegas? You’re not alone – the game sold 5 million copies, netting Bethesda and Obsidian Entertainment more than 300 mil. Which is something like 4 billion bottle caps, and that’s a lot of money! But perhaps you’re tired of having to waste storage space for all the DLC. You’re in luck, because the Fallout:New Vegas Ultimate Edition has just been announced via a press release.

The Ultimate Edition will contain all of the game’s DLC – Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, Lonesome Road, Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners’ Arsenal. But it’s also coming with a few new goodies to trick convince people who might have already purchased the game to pick it up, like expanded versions of settings from DLC and the main game, including Zion National Park and the Sierre Madre casino, and an increase in the level cap to 50. Good times, good times.

The Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition drops February 7th, 2012, giving you just under month to play before Mass Effect 3 comes out and you never think about it again. More information available at the official site. And because you’ve all been good, here’s a look at the official box art, in full:

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1 Comment on Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Announced

JosephPS3 Herman Cain 4 Pres

On November 3, 2011 at 11:57 am

Well it depends on how much this ultimate edition is. You can pick up a used Fallout: New Vegas for $10 easily right now. Among the DLC, only Old World Blues is worth checking out so you can spend another $10 online later when and IF you’re ready to. Don’t care about any other bonuses.

The only way this ultimate version would be worth considering is if its priced at $30. I guess it’ll be nice to have everything in one package. But if its just $10 more than $30, nah, I’ll just spend $10 and get a used copy and play it and maybe I’ll spend another $10 for that one DLC. And since I’m buying used from private sellers, no taxes as well.