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Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road

Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Screenshots

PlayStation 3 version

Approaching canyon wreckage point where you can enter The Divide.
DLC mission will appear on your Pip-boy 3000.
Lonesome Road mission location on a FNV world map.
If you are level 25 or higher, you'll be able to start this quest.
Walking through a large pipe without knowing what's on the other side.
It's a long way down, better watch where you thread.
Approaching the pre-war missile silo.
View of The Divide... beware, it is anything but desolate place to explore.
Just in case you forgot the title of this DLC, you can find it painted on the walls and objects here and there.
It is advised to have some serious science knowledge prior to starting this mission, it'll come in very handy.
You will level up real fast on this mission.
ED-E can unlock various commissaries throughout The Divide.
Commissaries let you repair your weapons to the fullest.
Scavenge eyebots in order to upgrade ED-E's skills which will pass on to the Mojave map after you finish this mission.
Looking at an old nuclear missile, decaying and oozing radiation so better keep your distance.
You can take the bot security head on, or simply hack the terminal and deactivate them.
Good thing I noticed that console for sentry deactivation prior to entering the room.
Whatever happened in this silo?
Using heavy weapons against new breed of mutants.
You can use laser detonator to detonate old nuclear warheads lying around the area.
The map of The Divide.
Activate V.A.T.S. mode when outnumbered by the enemy combatants.
Ranger's elite helmet will automatically activate night vision when crouching, you will see better, but aiming will prove more challenging due to the color scheme.
Inadvertently firing the nuclear missile.
V.A.T.S. mode action camera in action.
The elevator is going down... you just make sure you don't go down with it.
Tunnelers are fast, so could your bullets and try not to reload in mid-action.
Space suit and a breather is a good combo that will help you fend off the radiation.
Deathclaw seems to be unaware of your presence, and he's walking awfully close to that nuclear warhead.
Irradiated Deathclaws are not to be taken lightly, so try not to find more than one at the time.
Auto-Doc can fully heal you and at no cost whatsoever.
Detonating nuclear warhead.

Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Screenshots

Windows version

Another arrow of apocalypse on its way to target.
Power of a nation.
You can launch this beauty
What target have you chosen?
Its still feels like the war just had ended.
Lifeless irradiated streets.
The future doesn't look too bright
Overlooking the Divide.
Dead city.
Walking such damaged runway is a suicide.
Is he at peace now?
Military supply depot. Many crates still have their deadly cargo.
Minigun in action.
Entrance into the missile silo.
You can drink this, but the water is all radioactive here.
Many buildings still have some things from the old world.
Underground nuclear detonations cracked the earth, making buildings fall to the bottom.
Sniping marked men.
Humans trapped here had become marked med - skinless and ghoulish.
10mm shoulder machine gun in action.
Finding the way through tons of concrete.
The ruins are often radioactive
Old Autodoc is the only one way to get medical services in Divide if you ran out of med supplies.
Utilizing ED's ability to hack.
ED would be your companion.