|Xbox 360||September 20, 2011|
|PC||September 20, 2011|
|PlayStation 3||September 20, 2011|
September 21, 2011 (Europe)
This is your road; when you come, you'll walk it alone.
Lonesome Road is the fourth add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks.
 Release and availability
Originally scheduled for release in July 2011, Lonesome Road was delayed and subsequently announced for an August release. It was later announced that the add-on had been delayed a second time. It was finally released simultaneously on September 20, 2011 for Xbox Live, PC and PlayStation Store.
Like all add-ons, Lonesome Road is included in the Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, released on February 7, 2012 for all platforms.
Lonesome Road 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 which resulted in the robbery and attempted murder of the Courier outside Goodsprings. 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 Divide, a landscape torn apart by frequent earthquakes and violent storms. This is the fabled location of the battle between the Courier and Ulysses. The road to the Divide is a long and treacherous one, and of the few to ever walk the road, none have ever returned.
 Robots and computers
 Armor and clothing
 Schematics and recipes
 Weapon mods
 World objects
 Miscellaneous items
 Regular perks
 Special perks
|| Unlock conditions
|| Base ID
| The Bear-Slayer
|| Launch nuclear missiles at NCR.
|| +1 SPECIAL point, Caesar's Legion Fame, NCR Infamy
| Dead Man's Burden
|| Launch nuclear missiles at both Caesar's Legion and NCR.
|| +1 SPECIAL point, Boomers and Powder Gangers Fame, Caesar's Legion and NCR Infamy
| Divide Survivor
|| Stop the missile launch.
|| +1 SPECIAL point, Brotherhood of Steel and Followers of the Apocalypse Fame
| Lonesome Road
|| Leave ED-E behind in Ulysses' Temple.
|| +10% damage and +10% V.A.T.S. hit chance when you have no companions
|| Kill three named Marked Men.
|| +10% damage and +10% DT against Marked Men
| Scourge of the East
|| Launch nuclear missiles at Caesar's Legion.
|| +1 SPECIAL point, NCR Fame, Caesar's Legion Infamy
 Companion perks
|| Base ID
- ED-E repairs 25% weapon condition once per day
- ED-E produces energy or microfusion cells once per day
- +2 DT
- +5 beam weapon damage
- +5% V.A.T.S. hit chance
- Like all other Fallout: New Vegas add-ons, Lonesome Road raises the level cap by 5.
- The add-on recommends that players reach level 25 before walking the Lonesome Road.
- The player's equipment is not stripped at the beginning of the add-on, and the add-on has a linear structure. See exception below.
- The player can leave the Divide at any time during the add-on without having completed it, and can return afterwards.
- Lonesome Road does not extend gameplay past the game's original ending.
- Lonesome Road can affect part of the Mojave Wasteland after completing the main quest.
- Companions are not allowed into the add-on, similar to the other add-ons in Fallout: New Vegas.
- Unlike each of the add-ons so far, Lonesome Road does not feature an opening narration.
- It is implied through the Old World Blues ending that the events of Lonesome Road canonically take place after the three previous add-ons, as the final line spoken is "Only one road yet remained, and it was one the Courier had to walk alone," as the image onscreen is the Old World flag, a symbol often referring to Ulysses, the main focus of Lonesome Road. However, the add-ons can be completed in any order.
- Likely due to its close proximity to the Mojave Wasteland, Lonesome Road is the only add-on in which you may listen to both Mojave Music Radio and Radio New Vegas while visiting. As with all other add-ons, the mysterious broadcast may also be heard if Old World Blues is installed.
 Behind the scenes
- "The Lonesome Road" is the name of a 1927 song by Nathaniel Shilkret and Gene Austin, which has been covered by several musicians who should be familiar to fans of the Fallout series, including the Andrews Sisters, Louis Armstrong, Eddy Arnold, Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, Sid Phillips, Stan Kenton, Frank Sinatra, and Kay Kyser.
- Three holotapes that can be found in Lonesome Road have been released on the Bethesda Website.
Lonesome Road - trailer
Lonesome Road pre-release holotape #1
Lonesome Road pre-release holotape #2
Lonesome Road pre-release holotape #3
Chris Avellone talks about Lonesome Road
- ↑ Fallout: Welcome to the Official Site
- ↑ soo, When is Lonesome Roads release date? - Bethesda Softworks Forums - Page 3
- ↑ Update on Lonesome Road release date - Bethesda Softworks Forums
- ↑ Lonesome Road Coming September 20, Courier's Stash and Gun Runners Arsenal One Week Later -bethblog.com
- ↑ After completion of the Dead Money add-on
- ↑ Honest Hearts screenshot, dlc out may 17 - Bethesda Softworks Forums
- ↑ Is there anyone that DOES like having their gear taken away? - Bethesda Softworks Forums - Page 3
- ↑ Fallout: New Vegas has a definitive end- Destructoid
- ↑ Unmasking the Gamers: Jason Bergman – Bethesda game producer, father, and Superman fan
- ↑ Chris Avellone (chrisavellone) on Twitter
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