|Para o perk de mesmo nome da DLC Lonesome Road do Fallout: New Vegas, veja Lonesome Road (perk).|
This is your road. When you come, you'll walk it alone.”— Ulysses
Lonesome Road é a quarta e ultima DLC do Fallout: New Vegas, desenvolvido pela Obsidian Entertainment e distribuído pela Bethesda Softworks. Originalmente programada para lançamento em julho de 2011, Lonesome Road foi adiada e subsequentemente anunciada para lançamento em agosto. Mais tarde foi anunciado que a DLC foi adiada uma segunda vez. Ela foi finalmente lançada simultaneamente em todas as plataformas no dia 20 de setembro de 2011. Ela conclui o arco da história iniciado em Dead Money cronologicamente, finalmente respondendo todos os presságios dados nas DLCs anteriores.
- 1 Enredo
- 2 Personagens
- 3 Criaturas
- 4 Robôs e computadores
- 5 Localidades
- 6 Itens
- 7 Conquistas/Troféus
- 8 Desafios
- 9 Quests
- 10 Perks
- 11 Anotações
- 12 Bastidores
- 13 Galeria
- 14 Videos
- 15 Referências
Lonesome Road completa a história do Courier quando você é contatado pelo "Courier Six" original, um homem conhecido como Ulysses, um antigo Frumentarius de Caesar quem se recusou a entregar a Platinum chip no inicio da história principal em Fallout: New Vegas. Em sua transmissão, Ulysses promete responder o porque, mas apenas, se você fizer um último trabalho - um trabalho que o leve às profundezas do Divide, um local dilacerado por frequentes terremotos e tempestades violentas. Esta é a localização lendária da batalha entre o Courier e Ulysses. A estrada ao Divide é longa e traiçoeira, poucos são bravos o suficiente para se aventurar nela. e nenhum jamais voltou. A primeira quest desta DLC começa com a The Reunion.
- Augustus Autumn
- Dr. Grant
- Dr. Howard
- Dr. Whitley
- The Dad
- The Mom
- Trooper Gleeson
- Private Foster
- Sunflower Summers
- Father Elijah
- Christine Royce
Robôs e computadores
- Medical eyebot
- Repair eyebot
Armadura e vestuário
- Advanced riot gear
- Advanced riot gear helmet
- Armor of the 87th Tribe
- Breathing mask
- Courier duster
- Elite riot gear
- Elite riot gear helmet
- Marked beast eyes helmet
- Marked beast face helmet
- Marked beast helmet
- Marked beast tribal helmet
- Marked patrol armor
- Marked scout armor
- Marked tribal armor
- Marked trooper armor
- Riot gear
- Riot gear helmet
- Scorched Sierra power armor
- Ulysses' duster
- Ulysses' mask
- US Army combat armor
- US Army General outfit
- Auto-inject stimpak
- Auto-inject super stimpak
- Cut content Debug rad food
- Fiery purgative
- Nuka-Cola Quantum
- Rushing water
- Snakebite tourniquet
Diagramas e Receitas
- Bitter drink recipe
- Snakebite tourniquet
- Arc welder
- Blade of the West
- Bowie knife
- Flare gun
- Flash bang
- Fist of Rawr
- Fist of the North Rawr Wild Wasteland
- Great Bear grenade rifle
- H&H Tools nail gun
- Industrial hand
- Laser detonator
- Old Glory
- Red Glare
- Red Victory grenade rifle
- Satchel charge
- Shoulder mounted machine gun
Mods de armas
- Red Glare alpha strike
- Red Glare auto launcher
- Red Glare far sighting
- SMMG mechanical upgrade
- SMMG recoil compensator
- SMMG extended magazine
Objetos do mundo
- Commissary terminal
- High-tech gun case
- Ralphie poster
- Lead-lined metal box
- Blank magazine
- Eyebot upgrade circuit board
- Rawr's Talon
- Rocket canister
- Roughin' it! bedroll kit
- Seymour Wild Wasteland
- Snow globe - Lonesome Road
- Tunneler hide
Desafios do Fallout: New Vegas
|Icon||Name||Location(s)||Given by||Reward||Quest ID|
|The Reunion||Canyon wreckage||Radio Signal||10 XP||003603|
|The Silo||The Divide||Pip-Boy||2200 XP||003617|
|The Job||Hopeville missile silo bunker||Ulysses||2310 XP||00360f|
|The Launch||High Road||Ulysses||4400 XP||0039e3|
|The Tunnelers||Cave of the Abaddon||Pip-Boy||2200 XP||003613|
|The Divide||Ashton silo control station||Pip-Boy||4400 XP||003610|
|The Courier||Ulysses' Temple||Pip-Boy||2200 XP||003616|
|The End||Ulysses' Temple||Pip-Boy||5000 XP, a footlocker containing various unique items, +1 SPECIAL Point,
+ Brotherhood of Steel fame, and Followers of the Apocalypse fame.
|The Apocalypse||Ulysses' Temple||Pip-Boy||5000 XP
Courier duster, Ulysses' duster, Ulysses' mask
|Name||Level req||Other requirements||Ranks||Benefit||Base ID|
|Ain't Like That Now||50||Karma less than -250||1||Karma reset to 0, +25% AP regeneration rate, +20% attack speed, immunity to critical hits, 20% reduction in AP cost for all weapons.||00a749|
|Alertness||12||PE between 6 and 9||1||+2 Perception when crouched and still.||00c252|
|Broad Daylight||36||1||No Sneak penalty for using Pip-Boy light.||00a6df|
|Burden to Bear||30||ST 6, EN 6||1||+50 carry weight.||00c250|
|Certified Tech||40||1||+25% critical hit chance against robots, 85% chance of finding an extra crafting component on destroyed robots.||00a6de|
|Irradiated Beauty||22||EN 8||1||Sleep removes all Rads (Hardcore: only -100 Rads).||00c255|
|Just Lucky I'm Alive||50||Karma between -250 and 250||1||+4 Luck for 3 minutes upon finishing a battle with less than 25% health; immunity to critical hits, +50% critical damage.||00c24f|
|Lessons Learned||26||IN 6||1||+1% XP gain per player level.||00c256|
|Roughin' It||28||Survival 100||1||Sleeping outside gives Well Rested benefit.||00c251|
|Thought You Died||50||Karma at least 250||1||+10 Health per 100 Karma; Karma reset to 0, +10% damage, immunity to critical hits.||00c24e|
|Tunnel Runner||26||AG 8||1||+25% sneaking speed when wearing light or no armor.||00c258|
|Voracious Reader||22||IN 7||1||Damaged books become blank magazines; can copy existing magazines into blank magazines.||00c253|
|Walker Instinct||18||Survival 50||1||+1 Perception and Agility when outside.||00c254|
|Name||Unlock conditions||Ranks||Benefit||Base ID|
|The Bear-Slayer||Launch nuclear missiles at NCR.||1||+1 SPECIAL point, Caesar's Legion Fame, NCR Infamy||00c25b|
|Dead Man's Burden||Launch nuclear missiles at both Caesar's Legion and NCR.||1||+1 SPECIAL point, Boomers and Powder Gangers Fame, Caesar's Legion and NCR Infamy||00c25a|
|Divide Survivor||Stop the missile launch.||1||+1 SPECIAL point, Brotherhood of Steel and Followers of the Apocalypse Fame||00c25c|
|Lonesome Road||Leave ED-E behind in Ulysses' Temple.||1||+10% damage and +10% V.A.T.S. hit chance when you have no companions.||00a6dc|
|Marked||Kill three named Marked Men.||1||+10% damage and +10% DT against Marked Men||00a6dd|
|Scourge of the East||Launch nuclear missiles at Caesar's Legion.||1||+1 SPECIAL point, NCR Fame, Caesar's Legion Infamy||00c259|
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- Suggested level for all platforms is 25.
- Like all major Fallout: New Vegas add-ons, Lonesome Road raises the level cap by 5.
- The player's equipment is not stripped at the beginning of the add-on, and the gameplay has a linear structure. See exception below.
- The player can leave the Divide at any time during the add-on without having completed it, and can return afterwards, except when they are about to face Ulysses. (The game will ask player to proceed or not before they enter)
- The player may also return to the Divide upon completion of the DLC.
- Lonesome Road does not extend gameplay past the game's original ending.
- Lonesome Road can affect part of the Mojave Wasteland after completing the main quest.
- Companions are not allowed into the add-on, as with all the other add-ons in Fallout: New Vegas.
- As with each of the quest extending New Vegas add-ons, Lonesome Road features a unique snow globe. This is also the last one in the set.
- Unlike the rest of the add-ons, Lonesome Road does not feature an opening narration. Instead ED-E's recorded messages serves as the opening to the add-on's story.
- It is implied through the Old World Blues ending that the events of Lonesome Road canonically take place after the three previous add-ons, as the final line spoken is "Only one road yet remained, and it was one the Courier had to walk alone," as the image onscreen is the Old World flag, a symbol often referring to Ulysses, the main focus of Lonesome Road. However, the add-ons can be completed in any order.
- Likely due to its close proximity to the Mojave Wasteland, Lonesome Road is the only add-on in which you may listen to both Mojave Music Radio and Radio New Vegas while visiting. As with all other add-ons, The mysterious broadcast may also be heard if Old World Blues is installed.
- The graffiti outside the Canyon Wreckage was there since the game's launch, showing that the DLC was planned well ahead of release.
- "The Lonesome Road" is the name of a 1927 song by Nathaniel Shilkret and Gene Austin, which has been covered by several musicians who should be familiar to fans of the Fallout series, including the Andrews Sisters, Louis Armstrong, Eddy Arnold, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, Sid Phillips, Stan Kenton, Frank Sinatra, and Kay Kyser.
- Three holotapes that can be found in Lonesome Road have been released on the Bethesda Website.
- Lonesome Road is inspired -at least in part- by Samuel Taylor Coleridge's “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” Part VI, stanza 11 which reads “Like one that on a lonesome road / Doth walk in fear and dread, / And having once turned round walks on, / And turns no more his head; / Because he knows a frightful fiend / Doth close behind him tread.” Ulysses plays the part of the “frightful fiend,” the Courier's secret past with the Divide corresponds with “And having once turned round walks on,” and the Lonesome Road itself is homonymous.
- Ulysses makes frequent mention of "the Bull and the Bear" when referring to Caesar's Legion and NCR, respectively, in reference to the symbols on their flags.
- Fallout: Welcome to the Official Site
- soo, When is Lonesome Roads release date? - Bethesda Softworks Forums - Page 3
- Update on Lonesome Road release date - Bethesda Softworks Forums
- Lonesome Road Coming September 20, Courier's Stash and Gun Runners Arsenal One Week Later -bethblog.com
- Após a conclusão da DLC Dead Money
- Honest Hearts screenshot, dlc out may 17 - Bethesda Softworks Forums
- Is there anyone that DOES like having their gear taken away? - Bethesda Softworks Forums - Page 3
- Fallout: New Vegas has a definitive end- Destructoid
- Unmasking the Gamers: Jason Bergman – Bethesda game producer, father, and Superman fan
- Chris Avellone (chrisavellone) on Twitter
- Bethesda holotape 1
- Bethesda holotape 2