New Vegas Zombies Mod Channels Your Inner Horde Mode

New Vegas Zombies Mod

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New Vegas Zombies Mod Channels Your Inner Horde Mode

December 29, 2020

By: Robert Grosso

More Info About This Game
Publisher
Bethesda Softworks
Platforms
PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
Release Date
October 22, 2010 (Calendar)
Genre
Action, RPG
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Ever wanted to shoot down hordes of zombies in Fallout: New Vegas? Well now you can thanks to a new mod.

Titled the New Vegas Zombies mod, user ZRV01 set out to recreate the frantic gameplay of the Call of Duty: Zombies modes from games like World at War and Black Ops, just in Fallout New Vegas.

The big hook of the mod is the wave-based survival horde mode. Though not the first attempt at recreating the horde mode, ZRV01 purposefully switched up a lot of the game's normal systems to mimic the structure of your typical CoD Zombies game. This includes adding a points system that is a near 1-to-1 of the zombies game, right down to two-hit kills and 100 points for a headshot. 

Also implemented into the mod is a power system, wall buys for weapons, new wonder weapons, and a functioning mystery box for some added flavor into the mix. You also get a boss round every five rounds in the wave, and a few other easter eggs thrown in to discover as you play. 

 
 

ZRV01 has a video demonstration of the mod in action, though it is difficult to see as many parts of the video are shrouded in darkness.

The mod also sports some customized zombie skins, mostly attempting to recreate the hordes of undead nazis found in games like Call of Duty: World at War, to the weirder designs of the Black Ops seriesThe zombie models and scripting are credited to several animators and editors, including georgem1010, Dragbody, M4k4rov, and iSebastein. 

Anyone looking to try out the mod can download it now on Nexus Mods

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