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Fall's End is a small town within Hope County. Like most small towns it has a church, general store, and a bar dubbed The Spread Eagle. Mary May Fairgrave is the current owner and bartender of The Spread Eagle bar and a local of Fall's End. The church's pastor Jerome Jeffries is another notable resident, leading a small local militia.
The town itself is small, possessing only about 12 buildings and a closeted array of interactive characters.
The small town was established in 1865.
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- Once liberated, the church’s marquee references Jeremiah 23:16: "Do not listen to what the prophets are prophesying to you; they fill you with false hopes. They speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the Lord."
- The marquee sign outside of the garage has another response to the cult, in a less subtle way: "O L CH 10% FUCK JOSEPH".
- A Prestige variant of the 45/70 makes reference to the untimely end of Fall.
- The starting menu and pause menu screens are of Fall’s End and if you pick the ‘Resist’ ending, will now show a destroyed Fall’s End, because of the nuclear explosions.