After Bethesda acquired the Fallout IP and turned the series into a 3D world, older fans of the series were upset. After Fallout 3, the series worked with some of the original developers to bring Fallout: New Vegas to life. Fans praised the storylines but had issues with the glitches and crashes. \n \nFallout 4 was even more criticized for the reduction of role-playing and voiced roles, but the gameplay and graphics were improved. The Fallout 4 New Vegas team has been working on remastering New Vegas using the Fallout 4 Creation engine. \n \n \n \nFor those who don't know about the project, the official website states: "Fallout 4 New Vegas is an upcoming Fallout 4 expansion mod looking to recreate Fallout New Vegas in its entirety. You will be able to battle your way across the heat-blasted Mojave Wasteland once again all way to the neon drenched New Vegas Strip. Along the way, you'll be reintroduced to a colorful cast of characters, factions, mutated creatures and much more in Fallout 4." \n \nThe world of new Vegas is being re-created within Fallout 4 using the Creation Engine 2.0, which was previously used with Fallot 4 and Skyrim: Special Edition. \n \nEvery few weeks, the F4NV team releases new screenshots and other teasers for the mod. \n \nEarlier this week, the F4NV team released new screenshots showing off the Mojave Wasteland. The screenshots recreate the rocky hills and mountains initially seen in the title from Obsidian Entertainment. \n \nThe new screenshots also give a look into one of the farthest NCR outposts on the map. The location is related to an unmarked quest called "Help for Halford." \n \nThere have been many mods in the past that strive to recreate older Fallout titles using the newest technology. Often, the modders run into issues. There was the possibility that the F4NV project may be delayed due to an issue with the voice acting work. The team decided to re-record the game's audio using a new voice cast to avoid any licensing problems. \n \nThe new mod also has plans to expand upon areas in the game, such as the New Vegas Strip. \n \nFallout 4 New Vegas has no scheduled release date. The project aims to create a new experience, so there may likely be many more months or years until the project is complete, or at least ready for the public.