Fallout florida would be insane. Who wouldnt wanna explore a post apocalyptic,run down ruined disney world??? Plus you have all kinds of other interesting locations like kennedy space center and universal,not to mention the city and surrounding towns. I think it would be alot of fun. But alas I think they would run into a problem with disney not letting them use disney world...... Thats my pick for the next Fallout location though. I like Bethesda alot,and have yet to play a game by them that I didnt love,so whatever they decide to do,I have faith that it will be a great game. Just HURRRRYYY!!! hahaha I am soo ready for a new fallout!!!DaleChaos 05:43, January 31, 2012 (UTC)Dale Chaos
An old game in the spirit of Wasteland called Fountain of Dreams was made in 1988 takes place in Florida after the bombs fell, burying most of Florida in the ocean the thing is the game isn't really recommended as far a Wasteland goes but you could still try it as it is abandonware.The characters of the game are looking for the Fountain of Youth...Waters of life ie similiar to Fallout 3 220.127.116.11 03:48, March 4, 2012 (UTC)
I think Florida would be a great location. You have a big worl class city with MiamI that hasa diverse population. You have beaches, swamps and city / suburban sprawl. I think Orlando and the theme parks wuld make a great DLC. Whatever they do I just hope its back east and preferably in the south. Atlanta could be another good option, I want a game with some new factions and different dynamics than what goes on in the other games
I too think Florida would be a great place for the Fallout universe, think of it: Vault-tech specialized undersea vaults, Vault Disney, a high population of ghouls, Sunshine Wastes tourist resorts, Irradiated Alligator mutants, KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, off and on irradiated rainfall with sporadic weather, Florida Keys DLC. Hell, they can pay homage to some of the older game ideas and place an irradiated G.E.C.K. somewhere wreaking havoc. User:Aluterrian 16:16, December 6, 2012 (UTC)
Yeah. Here's some location ideas.
Miami = Miami Wasteland (Kinda like what happened to DC and Las Vegas) Florida Keys = The Keys (Underwater islands with ruined buildings) Orlando = Vault ___ (Orlando itself is basically gone, and the starting vault is there) Everglades = Everglades (Basically the same as real life but with mutant animals) SeaWorld = WaterWorld (An aquarium with a rusty, old look to it plus the remains of Shamu Stadium) Legoland = Plastic Wastes (Heaps of faded building blocks and maybe the entrance gates) Universal Studios = Movie Studios (The CityWalk as a steampunk mall, and the Universal Globe is kinda broken. Also, some studios for movies) Magic Kingdom = Vault Disney (A Disney themed vault, all that remains on top of it is Space Mountain and Cinderella's Castle, both heavily damaged) Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios = DisneyWorld (These two parks are basically the same as they are, except some rides are gone and there's rust) EPCOT = DomeVault (Spaceship Earth being used as an entrance to another Vault Disney, and also World Showcase with rot and rust everywhere) Tallahassee = Tallahassee Wasteland (Same as Miami Wasteland)
Miami+Hollywood FL would be a logical choice. It's a pretty dense metropolitan area so there are lots of buildings to explore, it's close to the Everglades, which is a complete change of scenery, and the distance between Miami and Orlando is about the same as from DC to the Pitt, so having a "Disney" themed DLC would be plausible. In terms of using Disney World as we know it now, that may not work. That's a whoooooole lotta map if you want to have everything to scale, aside from the fact that there may be issues getting rights from Disney to use some of their imagery (Especially Cinderella's Castle). However, a more condensed theme park setting bearing a resemblance to Disney World could work. Miami is also close to the Keys which could easily be another DLC area. Overall, I'd feel Miami would be a more solid choice for the vanilla F4 than Orlando.