Fallout Miami Gameplay Footage Revealed After Mod Starts Production Over

The Fallout 4 mod Fallout Miami has finally released some new gameplay after having production started over, showing off a few minutes of exploration gameplay in the massive, custom-built environment of a post-apocalyptic Miami. The Fallout Miami gameplay footage can be found by following this link, though it’s still a work in progress.

Fallout Miami is, as said before, a large Fallout 4 mod that takes players away from the original game’s Commonwealth environment and down to the sunny, radiation-soaked beaches of post-apocalyptic Florida. Similar mods have previously attempted to change the location in Fallout 4 to other areas.

While it’s still just a mod for Fallout 4, the Fallout Miami gameplay footage does show us an environment that looks pretty different, even in an Alpha form. The gameplay shows us an utterly destroyed beach town, with abandoned beaches, partially-wrecked buildings, and deserted city streets.

Since it’s just an Alpha so far who knows what the mod team will be populating post-apocalyptic Miami with, but considering what we’ve seen from other locales in the American Wasteland focused around water, we may see more than a few familiar enemies.

The project, according to the developers, is coming along nicely, as they said in a recent dev blog that they were a good deal more into the game than they were in late 2018 and early 2019. While this doesn’t necessarily mean we can expect to see the mod released soon, the fact that there’s Fallout Miami gameplay footage is still a good sign of progress.

Of course, the fact that it’s in Alpha also means that everything that you can see in the Fallout Miami gameplay footage is subject to change. While it runs, there are still likely mechanics that need to be added in, along with enemies, NPCs, interior environments, and more.

But, if the mod shapes up to be a good one, Fallout 4 may be able to find some players again at some point in the near future. Fallout Miami will likely be exclusive to PC versions of the game because of its size, even with Bethesda allowing mods on the game’s console ports.