Killap posted the 1.02.26 update to his insanely popular unofficial Fallout 2 patch. No longer will you be troubled by doors that don't open when you force them, bots that don't stand still when you pacify them, and T-Rays that don't swear when you go through their shit.Time for an unofficial patch update! This is a pretty hefty release this time around thanks to Haenlomal, who went through the entire game with a fine tooth comb and found nearly 100 bugs in the original game that were not get fixed by my patch. Big thanks to him for doing this. I didn't think another update would be necessary, but I was wrong. A major highlight of this update is a workaround for the too many items bug and a fix for Cassidy forgetting his combat settings.
Another big change in this update is that the unofficial patch is now fully compatible with official 1.02 save games! This means that if you happened to start a game with the official 1.02 patch, run into a nasty bug, and want to fix it with my patch, you can now do so and don't have to start over! This of course comes at the cost of causing any previous save games with my unofficial patch to no longer work. I feel it is a worthwhile decision in the end though.
Windows Installer Version (highly recommended): download
Windows Manual Version (advanced users): download
Mac Version: download
The much anticipated Restoration Project 2.0 was scheduled for a simultaneous release but has been delayed by displeased rumblings from Interplay, who insist that the content must first be properly integrated with their downloadable Fallout Trilogy (which already has a now obsolete version of the patch on it). This should be taken care of in the next few days though.
Link: Updated corrections file
Link: Interplay 8-Z misclaimer injuncture
Update: The bit about Interplay was a bit of April Foolery.