In Lonesome Road 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 Fallout: New Vegas. Ulysses promises the answer as to why he didn’t take the job, but only if you make one last journey into the hurricane-swept canyons of the Divide, a landscape torn apart by earthquakes and violent storms. It's up to you whether you take the job or not.
The road to the Divide is a long and treacherous one, and of the few to ever walk the road, none have ever returned. Is finding answers to your own past worth the risk? Bring all your gear, all your weapons, but leave your companions behind...this is one road you must walk alone.
New Terrain: Travel through the tortured landscape of the Divide, a wrecked locale torn apart by storms and earthquakes to find Ulysses, the original Courier Six. Shattered canyons, abandoned missile silos, military bases, and destroyed cityscapes await.
New Enemies: Take on the Tunnelers, the vicious Marked Men, and Ulysses himself!
New Weapons: As you make this treacherous journey you’ll have a series of new weapons at your disposal, including the ‘Red Glare’ Rocket Launcher, a Laser Detonator that can be used to set off abandoned warheads scattered throughout the environment, and a variety of Pre-War ordinance including Flare Guns, Satchel Charges, and Shoulder-Mounted Machine Guns.
New Perks: Lonesome Road increases the level cap by 5 and includes an array of new perks and recipes such as Auto-Inject Stimpaks, Bitter Drink and Snakebite Tourniquet.
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This is the last DLC to Fallout: New Vegas. In this adventure we contact with Ulysses - courier 6, who refused to deliver Platinum Chip to Vegas. We visit new location - Divide canyon destroyed by nuclear explosion, a place from no one has returned. This DLC is the shortest one, but in my opinion it has the biggest impact on plot of the basic version of the game. We learn a lot about past of our character, what he was doing before unlucky order. The DLC is maintained in depressive tone, there is no jokes and surrounding is really dark but it makes the story more serious, and it is great.
this is for me the best DLC of the game Fallout: New Vegas, is a personal DLC, Ulysses asks you questions and reminds you of your past in mojave before reaching the DLC and also questions you all that you did in a place almost forgotten, the enemies are the most abundant in the DLC is a DLC with many action but also history and many people say that is the true end of Fallout: New Vegas.
Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road... I simply don't have words to describe what this DLC made me feel while I was playing. I just can say this is one of the best DLC that I ever played and you should definitely need to try. Lonesome Road marks the end of the 5 part story divided in DLC that Obsidian created and I must say its a perfect conclusion to the story. You don't need to play the other DLC to enjoy this one, but if not, you might get a little confuse and don't understand nothing at all. That's just a tip. Recommended.
Lonesome Road is a very good DLC for New Vegas as for me it offers the perfect conclusion to the main character. Apart from that we also get well-written story, some new stuff to use and of course additional five levels added to the maximal cap. I really recommend giving this one a go because the story is really great and provides a lot of fun!
To be honest, i barely remember this one's story, or what was the deal with the other courier, but the maps, traps, and wights were truly great. I actually enjoyed the fights here, than in most other action games! Also, here, you can nuke the NCR, which i wanted to do in the entire game. Bastards declared war on the Brotherhood... Anyway, this one is really worth the money, and a great way to really ruin your enemy factions day.
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