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Fallout: Miami is a currently in-development mod that will take players to the sunny beaches of Miami, by the way of the post-nuclear wasteland of Fallout. The project which sports a wide range of mod-talent has just released a teaser trailer - and it looks really impressive.

Although the log for the project invokes a certain '80s charm, in keeping with the Fallout aesthetic expect to find an art deco meets sci-fi look by the way of Cuba. Which thankfully also means Cuban music in addition to a new original score influenced by the brilliant Fallout 4.

The mod will include a large area of Miami to explore including tourist destinations, shopping, a golf course, and even retirement villages. Plus the introduction of a new beverage called Pop & Chill.

Florida: Miami is quite ambitious in scope and will feature its own story, companions, factions, and multiple quest lines. The following early test footage already showcases the potential of the project.

For more info and to keep track of the progress be sure to bookmark the official Fallout: Miami mod page.

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