While Fallout 4 just recently received its biggest expansion yet called Far Harbor, a fan mod that is currently in the works is expected to be even bigger. The mod is called Cascadia and takes players to Seattle in a world that is set a few decades after the events of the main game.
Work on the mod officially began about 6 months with a team of 18 people, with the adventure set to be “entirely separate from the main game.” The game’s map is described as “just a bit smaller than Fallout 3,” though there will be “more quests and locations than Fallout 4’s Far Harbor DLC.”
However, due to the nature of the massive scope of the game and the voluntary nature of its development, this mod won’t be coming out anytime soon. Here’s what the creators said about its release window:
“Every time someone asks, we push the date back by one week. Seriously though, that is something really hard to estimate. The project is made entirely of volunteers who are free to come and go. They work on it at their leisure when they have time. The expected release is several years away. Sorry, we can’t be more specific at this time.”
It has also been revealed that you won’t be able to use your Fallout 4 character in the mod, with everyone having to start things from scratch. The Fallout Cascadia mod will also be entirely free, with the creators saying they “like the idea of keeping mods free and in the hands of mod creators. We will never charge for Fallout Cascadia.”
The Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. We loved the game when we reviewed it recently, which you can check out by clicking right here.