Obsidian Entertainment, a development company, has given his approval for a potential remastered version of Fallout: New Vegas, a dream for many gamers who are interested in the post-apocalyptic series. By the way, Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky have expressed their thanks.
The two great Western RPG artists have expressed their appreciation for the idea of a remastered Fallout: New Vegas edition, referring to the release of The Outer Worlds Spacer's Choice Edition, which is a remake of The Outer Worlds for consoles from the previous generation.
Cain said, "Not that it's me, but would a graphical remake of Fallout: New Vegas be fantastic?" In an interview with The Gamer, Boyarsky confirmed that he would do so.
Despite the great success of the last chapters, the Fallout series is currently in the hands of Bethesda, then to Microsoft. Obsidian is also a Microsoft studio, and we anticipate something to come out of it in the event of fans pressure. We also believe that the Fallout series may be at a standstill as soon as Fallout 76 is finished, since Bethesda must first finish working on The Elder Scrolls VI.