Fallout New California Mod New Version Introduces Performance Improvements And More


A new update has been released recently for the Fallout New Vegas prequel mod Fallout New California, introducing a variety of improvements and fixes that enhance the experience considerably.

The new update introduces revamped meshes and textures with new compression, which reduce crashes and improve performance. Other visual improvements include improved houses and more.

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Plenty of other issues have also been fixed. You can find the full changelog by going here.

Fallout New California is a prequel to Fallout New Vegas, telling a story set after the end of Fallout 4 and before the events of Fallout 3 and New Vegas.

A massive single player role playing game with deep character driven mechanics and branching narrative quest architecture, FNC takes you on a journey through the aftermath of the NCR-Enclave War following the end of Fallout 2 twenty years before, leading into the events that inspire Fallout 3 and New Vegas.


Set in 2260, a crippled Enclave has just one last squadron left behind in California as their remnants journey East on the call of their President. The New California Republic has stagnated economically, their political structure wracked by deep corruption that goes to the highest office, and their economy is all but ruined.

A psychotic Raider Warlord, Juan Elsdragon, has assumed control of a vast Raider Alliance collected of the various tribes washed away by the NCR’s pacification efforts, bolstered by hundreds of survivalists who resist the taxes and cultural erasure the NCR represents.

You are born sometime before this to a wasteland tribe. Orphaned and adopted by the Wasteland Scouts from Vault 18 high in the San Bernardino Mountains, you and your fellow tribal kin have been raised to be the new generation to explore the wastes beyond the great door. Unfortunately, the legendary Wasteland Scouts before you made powerful enemies, and their Vault remains locked away, hidden in their seclusion.

Until the last night of the Vault-Ball season, when you are thrust into the middle of a conflict started long before you were born…

War. War never changes.