The upcoming Fallout Mash-Up Pack will also overhaul Minecraft‘s overworld, replacing the game’s once-green pastures with miles of bombed-out wasteland filled with deadly mutated creatures.
After installing the Fallout Mash-Up Pack, Minecraft players will venture into a blocky, low-resolution spoof of Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG series. The pack replaces
Explorers who survive encounters with the two-headed cows and mutant spiders that populate the Fallout Mash-Up Pack may live to see block-by-block recreations of famous Fallout series locations like Fallout 3‘s Tenpenny Tower and Capitol building. The pack also offers a selection of exclusive skins, transforming player characters and NPCs into familiar faces like Tinker Tom, Nick Valentine, and Fallout series mascot Vault Boy.
The upcoming Fallout Mash-Up Pack is the latest in a string of Mojang-produced resource packs developed specifically for the console versions of Minecraft. The studio previously published
Mojang partnered with Nintendo earlier this year to produce the Super Mario Mash-Up Pack, which adds Mario-themed music, sound effects, and character skins to the Wii U version of Minecraft. The Super Mario Mash-Up Pack is available as a free download, and is bundled with retail editions of
The Fallout Mash-Up Pack is priced at $7, and will launch “soon” for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita platforms.
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