There are total named locations in Fallout: New Vegas and accompanying add-ons. In the base game there are named locations, including marked, unmarked, 2 Wild Wasteland , 68 mentioned only, and 24 cut locations. With the add-ons, an additional named locations are added, including marked locations and 40 mentioned only locations. For information about locations across all games, see here. The following is a list of all major factions with two or more marked locations in the Mojave Wasteland.
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This article lists all known Vault-Tec Corporation Vaults. If you would like to know more about the Vaults, please check out this article. The Vaults in the following list were created for games that were cancelled or eliminated from the main continuity of the series. It also includes Vaults that were released in official materials, but were not confirmed to form a part thereof. Sign In.
This article lists all known Vault-Tec Corporation vaults. The vaults in the following list were created for games that were canceled or eliminated from the main continuity of the series. It also includes vaults that were released in official materials but were not confirmed to form a part thereof.
Installations built as part of the Vault-Tec Societal Preservation Program commonly claimed to have a chance to fail equal to 1,, to 1; however, the reality was a far cry from this bold claim. The origins of the Vault network date back to the early s, when the Euro-Middle Eastern War , the New Plague , and the collapse of the United Nations resulted in a nation-wide scare. In response, the government set Project Safehouse in motion in This massive national defense endeavor was intended to create shelters that would protect the population in the event of a nuclear war or plague. Breakthroughs in construction techniques allow for these gargantuan bunkers to be constructed at a rapid pace.