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Fremont Street is a pre-War roadway in Nevada's Mojave Desert.

Background

A thoroughfare utilized both before and after the war, now host to a centralized residential region known as Freeside.

Characteristics

The street runs the perimeter of the former Vegas metropolitan area, through dilapidated ruins that once served as a commercial district. The neighborhood has built up around the intersection of Fremont and Las Vegas Boulevard.[1][Non-game 1]

Conflict has been escalating recently between travelers and locals, problems emerging from the influx of destitute travelers heading to or leaving the Strip.[1] Rotface shares with the Courier that the Silver Rush is located on the northwest end of Fremont Street, run by a scary family called the Van Graffs.[2]

Related quest

Notes

There is an unused street sign in the game files bearing the street's name.[4]

Appearances

Fremont Street appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

Fremont Street is based on the real world roadway of the same name.

Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fallout: New Vegas loading screen: "Freeside was built up around the intersection of Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard. The influx of destitute travelers in recent months has created problems for its local residents."
  2. Rotface: "At the northwest end of Fremont Street you'll find the Silver Rush. It's run by a rather scary family called the Van Graffs."
    (Rotface's dialogue)
  3. HELIOS One terminal entries; Mainframe terminal, Configure power grid, Fremont and Westside
  4. Fremont Street sign

Non-game

  1. Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide Collector's Edition p. 42: "Base of Operations: Outer and Inner Freeside [Zone 2C]":
    "Mr. House directed the tribes to use his sizable quantities of pre-war construction materials to build the crude (but effective) outer walls that separate The Strip and Freeside from the rest of New Vegas. While Mr. House valued the area around Fremont Street, he ultimately viewed it as secondary in importance to the Strip itself and he had a second, inner wall that separated the two areas. When NCR prospectors (and eventually the army) arrived in the region, people typically went straight for The Strip, leaving Freeside (as it had become known by locals) as an informal stopping point."
    (Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide faction profiles)
Fallout: New Vegas roadways