Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Crack/Patch

Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Lonesome Road, available in July, brings the courier's story full circle when you are contacted by the original Courier Six, a man by the name of Ulysses who refused to deliver the Platinum Chip at the start of New Vegas. In his transmission, Ulysses promises the answer as to why, but only if you take one last job –a job that leads you into the depths of the hurricane-swept canyons of the Divide, a landscape torn apart by earthquakes and violent storms. The road to the Divide is a long and treacherous one, and of the few to ever walk the road, none have ever returned.

Download Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 59 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2559
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / Obsidian Entertainment

Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road reviews ( 7 )

Raven-2077, Apr 21, 2013

I thought this quest expansion for Fallout: New Vegas was actually pretty good. Sure, it's kind of difficult to complete, but still a pretty good add-on. I anticipated a more bizarre story, but overall, this was not that bad. I agree with some of the other reviewers when they say Dead Money was intense. Dead Money is my favorite DLC add-on for New Vegas. Why? It's the coolest and creepiest expansion!

ChrisNotKiw, Nov 12, 2013

Lonesome Road is by no means a welcoming and hold-your-hand type of DLC. When I played it for the first time, I didn't really like it and most of the time, I had no idea what Ulysses was talking about. But then I realized I didn't really give it a chance and didn't really TRY to understand what the story was about. This weekend, I decided to give LR another shot and this time I really listened to Ulysses (I think I somewhat finally get him), explored every location and it turned out to be almost as rewarding as playing the Old World Blues, just in a completely different way. The DLC considerably expands the F:NV story in beautiful and thought-provoking ways (I seriously mean it and I know the word sounds lame-ish Oh and I really didn't mind the linearity at all, because to me it was more about exploring the hauntingly cool place that is The Divide, than being able to go in any direction. TL;DR: The Lonesome Road can be awesome and rewarding (not just loot-wise) if you give it a chance, accept the way it's narrated and don't treat Ulysses like a pseudo-intellectual hippie.

Mathazad, Mar 19, 2014

Lonesome Road so far has gotten a lot of hate for being linear and boring, however I think it is probably the best DLC out of the four. As mentioned there many new toys to play with(or sell) as well as a couple of cool new mechanics. Yes the combat and caches of enemies can be a little tedious at times, the story line completely makes up for this. Throughout the DLC you are bringing two story arcs to a close, that being ED-E's and also the couriers. How anyone could say that's lazy writing is beyond me. As far as the main game is concerned there was never to much information on the courier like; their home, family or other misc things. That is why this DLC is so great, it provides an additional storyline that describes the couriers past as well as ED-E's.

AlienSpaceBats, Sep 24, 2011

Given all the foreshadowing of Ulysses' character in the previous DLCs, I expected a game-breaking finality, something that Lonesome Road doesn't really have. Instead we have a character accusing us (the player) of doing something we have no memory of and thus is for the most part disconnected with our experience.That aside, the gameplay aspect is (as ever) top notch, environments, NPCs through to the easter eggs are excellent and well implemented.

hodub, Apr 3, 2012

Hmm. This DLC felt very linear compared to the other ones for New Vegas. You're basically going from Point A to Point B, killing a bunch of Marked Men (similar to Ghouls), Tunnelers, and Deathclaws on the way. I guess the title of the DLC is self-explanatory when you think about it (except for the fact that you get an ED-E replica as a Follower). There are two items you acquire that make this DLC worth the playthrough - the Elite Riot Gear armor and the fully automatic Red Glare rocket launcher. I won't spoil the relationship that unfolds between the Courier (player) and Ulysses though.

NathanKallis, Aug 11, 2017

4.5/10 (Passable, but worth getting on a good sale) Lonesome Road is a short and unsatisfying end to the buildup of the hinted story hidden throughout the main game and DLCs about the Courier. The Divide itself is an interesting idea in concept, having a unique look from the rest of the other desert terrain in the game. The difficulty of the region is steeper then most of the game, which offers a fun challenge and introduces some interesting areas to explore. Sadly, the potential for this DLC was mostly wasted, as the region and its story is linear, mediocre, and does not deliver on the satisfying villain and story that were hinted at throughout the rest of New Vegas. If you are have the Ultimate Edition of New Vegas, I recommend playing it just to get the new content it has to offer (the weapons and armor are quite nice). If you are strapped on cash though, it's not worth the full price in my opinion due to the disappointment it will bring to those who are interested in the story of New Vegas.

CaptainThom, Jun 26, 2013

This is a truly awful DLC and a waste of money for any fan of fallout NV. The main villain rambles on aimlessly while you wander through the wastes saying little of interest while you head straight towards him with no room for free roaming as the map is basically a long road, along the way you will fight 3 different variety of enemies including the odd deathclaw which is nothing short of lazy. Once you reach him you are treated to a boss fight which is nothing short of a massive pain in the arse unless you have high enough speech skills. The only plausable reason i can see in buying this DLC is for the increased level cap, as everything else in this dlc suck. Lonesome Road is a fine example of how you can cash in making no effort and adding nothing to the original game through DLC.