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Fallout Tactics: Battle for Vegas
Developer(s) Obsidian
Publisher(s) Bethsda
Series Fallout Tactics
Platform(s) PC, Mac
Release Date TBD
Genre(s) Tactical RPG
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) Mature

Battle for Vegas is a Fallout Tactics game based on New Vegas.

Gameplay

The gameplay in Battle for Vegas is similar to the original Fallout Tactics. It is also similar to New Vegas mostly because the game is set in the Mojave Desert. It features weapons and locations from New Vegas. The combat system is Real Time rather than Turn Based. The player's actions are measured by Action Points. If the player runs out of action points they must recharge before they can order their squad to do anything besides equip or use items and defend themselves from attacks. The V.A.T.S. system is also incorporated but no longer uses Action Points to measure what the player can do. It instead uses V.A.T.S. Points. The V.A.T.S. in the game can command specific characters or squads to target certain enemies and their body parts to cripple certain parts or to just attack the enemy. You also need to choose which faction you are commanding at the beginning of the game. The faction that you choose does not make a difference except for your base's location and which factions you will fight.

Factions

New California Republic: Fighting: Ceaser's Legion, Great Khans

Base Location: Camp Forlorn Hope

Ceaser's Legion: Fighting: New California Republic, Freeside Militia

Base Location: Legion Fort

Freeside Militia: Fighting: Ceaser's Legion, Great Khans

Base Location: Freeside

Great Khans: Fighting: New California Republic, Freeside Militia

Base Location: Red Rock Canyon

Brotherhood of Steel: Fighting: New California Republic, Ceaser's Legion

Base Location: Hidden Valley

Boomers: Fighting: Freeside Militia, Great Khans

Base Location: Nellis Air Force Base

Vegas Liberation Army: Fighting: Brotherhood of Steel, Boomers

Base Location: Primm

Weapons

Pistols

  • .357 Magnum Revolver
  • .44 Magnum
  • 10mm Pistol
  • 9mm Pistol
  • Hunting Revolver
  • Silenced .22 Pistol
  • 12.7mm Pistol

SMGs

  • 9mm SMG
  • .45 Thompson
  • 10mm SMG
  • 12.7mm SMG

Rifles

  • Anti-Material Rifle
  • Assault Carbine
  • .308 Automatic Rifle
  • Brush Gun
  • Repeater Carbine
  • Kalashnikov Automatic Rifle
  • Hunting Rifle
  • Bullpup AR
  • Light Machine Gun
  • WWII Garand
  • Sniper Rifle
  • Varmint Rifle
  • K98 Rifle

Shotguns

  • 12 Gauge Shotgun
  • Caravan Shotgun
  • Lever Action Shotgun
  • Sawed-Off Shotgun
  • Riot Shotgun
  • Semi-Auto Shotgun
  • Single Shotgun
  • Hunting Shotgun

Heavy Weapons

  • Minigun
  • .30 Caliber Machine Gun
  • Heavy Machine Gun
  • German MG

Energy Pistols

  • Laser Pistol
  • Plasma Pistol
  • Plasma Defender
  • Pulse Gun
  • Recharger Pistol
  • Atomizer Blaster

Energy Rifles

  • Gauss Rifle
  • Laser Rifle
  • Plasma Rifle
  • Mcrowave Gun
  • Tri-Beam Laser Rifle
  • Laser RCW
  • Multiplas Rifle
  • Tesla Rifle
  • Recharger Rifle

Heavy Energy Weapons

  • Flamer
  • Gatling Laser
  • Heavy Incinerator
  • Incinerator
  • Plasma Caster
  • Railgun
  • Tesla Cannon

Projectile Explosives

  • Fat Man
  • Grenade Launcher
  • Grenade Rifle
  • Grenade Machine Gun
  • Missile Launcher
  • RPG

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