Tale of Two Wastelands is a total conversion project that seamlessly merges Fallout 3 and its DLC into Fallout: New Vegas, allowing both games to be played in a single playthrough. It upgrades Fallout 3's mechanics to those of FNV without compromising the feel and balance of the original. New Vegas mechanics like companion wheel, companion perks, weapon mods, crafting, recipes, harvestable plants, and poisons have been added to the DC wasteland items, NPCs, and world.
Load and Play.
Going through DC Wasteland and Mojave, including all their DLCs.
Light-weight optimization mod / nvse tweak.
What does not
What was not tested
Heavy texture mods.
Game playing \ NPC \ Environment overhaul.
I'm having MacBook Pro Retina Mid-2015 to play and test.
i7 2.5ghz with 4 cores 8 threads
16g ram and 512g rom, iris pro core-gpu and R9 MX370 GPU
I'm looking for an accurate fps counter to test the game but none for wine on Mac,
just test with a mod name FPS counter for Fallout NV from Nexusemod,
it shows 25 ~ 45 fps outside the wasteland without optimization and got 30 ~ 50 fps after a series optimization,
with Windows 10 real-on-mac testing, Adrenaline GPU drives the game ran under 40 ~ 70 fps.
For the good FPS result I'm not so much willing to switch in-between the system to play the game,
so I did a trick on Mac using terminal to play the game within the same save but different machine environment.
Move the game data folder \ save folder \ MOD & plugins folder (which within the "Local Setting" in Win7 or "Local" folder in Win10) to the bootcamp drive and link them to where they were with "ln -s" in terminal,
then you will run your game-save in both way :)
(Might get "wine: Read access denied for device L"\\??\\?:\\", FS volume label and serial are not available." but it's just an error without any trouble to the game and system.)
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||macOS 10.13 "High Sierra"||Mar 12 2020||5.0||Yes||Yes||Yes||Silver||Avenue|