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* ''Lonesome Road'' will not extend gameplay past the game's original ending.<ref>[http://www.destructoid.com/fallout-new-vegas-has-a-definitive-end-181927.phtml ''Fallout: New Vegas'' has a definitive end- Destructoid]</ref>
 
* ''Lonesome Road'' will not extend gameplay past the game's original ending.<ref>[http://www.destructoid.com/fallout-new-vegas-has-a-definitive-end-181927.phtml ''Fallout: New Vegas'' has a definitive end- Destructoid]</ref>
 
* ''Lonesome Road'' can affect part of the Mojave Wasteland after completing the main quest.<ref>http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/WillOoi/20110818/8229/Unmasking_the_Gamers_Jason_Bergman__Bethesda_game_producer_father_and_Superman_fan.php</ref>
 
* ''Lonesome Road'' can affect part of the Mojave Wasteland after completing the main quest.<ref>http://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/WillOoi/20110818/8229/Unmasking_the_Gamers_Jason_Bergman__Bethesda_game_producer_father_and_Superman_fan.php</ref>
* Companions are not be allowed into the add-on similar to the other add-on's in ''Fallout: New Vegas''.<ref>[http://twitter.com/#!/chrisavellone Chris Avellone (chrisavellone) on Twitter]</ref>
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* Companions are not allowed into the add-on, similar to the other add-ons in ''Fallout: New Vegas''.<ref>[http://twitter.com/#!/chrisavellone Chris Avellone (chrisavellone) on Twitter]</ref>
* As with each of the quest extending New Vegas add-ons, ''Lonesome Road'' features a unique [[snowglobe]]. This is also be the last one in the set.
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* As with each of the quest extending New Vegas add-ons, ''Lonesome Road'' features a unique [[snowglobe]]. This is also the last one in the set.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Revision as of 01:18, September 21, 2011

 
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This is your road; when you come, you'll walk it alone.— Ulysses

Lonesome Road is the fourth add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks. Originally scheduled for release in July 2011,[1] Lonesome Road was delayed and subsequently announced for an August release.[2] It was later announced that the add-on had been delayed a second time.[3] It was finally released simultaneously on all platforms on September 20, 2011[4].

Plot

Lonesome Road brings the Courier's story full circle when you are contacted by the original "courier six", a man by the name of Ulysses who refused to deliver the Platinum chip at the start of the main storyline in Fallout: New Vegas. In his transmission, Ulysses promises the answer as to why, but only if you take one last job - a job that leads you into the depths of the hurricane-swept canyons of the Divide, a landscape torn apart by frequent earthquakes and violent storms. This is the fabled location of the battle between the Courier and Ulysses.[5] The road to the Divide is a long and treacherous one, and of the few to ever walk the road, none have ever returned.

Locations

Characters

Quests

Creatures

Items

Armor and clothing

Consumables

Weapons

Weapon mods

World objects

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Perks

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Regular perks

Name Level req Other requirements Ranks Benefit Base ID
Alertness 12 PE between 6 and 9 1 +2 Perception when crouched and still. xx00c252
Walker Instinct 18 Survival 50 1 +1 Perception and Agility when outside. xx00c254
Irradiated Beauty 22 EN 8 1 Sleep removes all Rads (Hardcore: only -100 Rads). xx00c255
Voracious Reader 22 IN 7 1 Damaged books become blank magazines; can copy existing magazines into blank magazines. xx00c253
Lessons Learned 26 IN 6 1 +1% XP gain per player level. xx00c256
Tunnel Runner 26 AG 8 1 +25% sneaking speed when wearing light or no armor. xx00c258
Roughin' It 28 Survival 100 1 Sleeping outside gives Well Rested benefit. xx00c251
Burden to Bear 30 ST 6, EN 6 1 +50 carry weight. xx00c250
Broad Daylight 36 1 No Sneak penalty for using Pip-Boy light. xx00a6df
Certified Tech 40 1 +25% critical hit chance against robots, 85% chance of finding an extra crafting component on destroyed robots. xx00a6de
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. xx00a749
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. xx00c24f
Thought You Died 50 Karma at least 250 1 +10 Health per 100 Karma; Karma reset to 0, +10% damage, immunity to critical hits. xx00c24e

Special perks

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 xx00c25b
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 xx00c25a
Divide Survivor Stop the missile launch. 1 +1 SPECIAL point, Brotherhood of Steel and Followers of the Apocalypse Fame xx00c25c
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. xx00a6dc
Marked Kill three named Marked Men. 1 +10% damage and +10% DT against Marked Men xx00a6dd
Scourge of the East Launch nuclear missiles at Caesar's Legion. 1 +1 SPECIAL point, NCR Fame, Caesar's Legion Infamy xx00c259

Companion perks

Name Follower Ranks Benefit Base ID
Camarader-E ED-E 5
  1. ED-E repairs 25% weapon condition once per day
  2. ED-E produces energy or microfusion cells once per day
  3. +2 DT
  4. +5 beam weapon damage
  5. +5% V.A.T.S. hit chance
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Achievements/Trophies

Name Requirement Achievement points Trophy type Image
ED-Ecated Found all of ED-E's upgrades in the Divide 20 Gamerscore Bronze Ed-Ecated
Condemned to Repeat It Decided the fate of all the Divide Dwellers 20 Gamerscore Bronze Condemned to Repeat It
Hometown Hero Completed Lonesome Road 30 Gamerscore Gold Hometown Hero
Rocket's Red Glare Acquired all upgrades for the Divide's signature weapon 25 Gamerscore Silver Rockets Red Glare
Warhead Hunter Detonated all the warheads in the Divide 30 Gamerscore Silver Warhead Hunter

Notes

  • Like all New Vegas add-ons, Lonesome Road raises the level cap by 5.[6]
  • The player's equipment is not be stripped at the beginning of the add-on, and the add-on has a linear structure.[7]
  • Players are able to return to the Divide after completion.
  • Lonesome Road will not extend gameplay past the game's original ending.[8]
  • Lonesome Road can affect part of the Mojave Wasteland after completing the main quest.[9]
  • Companions are not allowed into the add-on, similar to the other add-ons in Fallout: New Vegas.[10]
  • As with each of the quest extending New Vegas add-ons, Lonesome Road features a unique snowglobe. This is also the last one in the set.

Behind the scenes

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