Fallout 4: Top 15 Amazing Facts That You May Not Be Aware of

A look at 15 things to get excited for the upcoming anticipated RPG, Fallout 4.

Posted By | On 20th, Jun. 2015 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @ZootPlays

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Fallout 4 is a reintroduction to a wasteland we’ve longed for; set in Boston amongst a once vast metropolis. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios along with their other branches, Bethesda promises that Fallout 4 will be their most ambitious world they have ever created. Boston’s crumbling, dangerous atmosphere brings an ironic liveliness through its dark hues and very Bethesda charm. With a slew of new features all created within a new engine, Fallout 4 boasts an extravagant world that could never have been on last generation consoles. That doesn’t mean that last generation gameplay was lost, however. It is in fact intact, improved– ready.

With new possibilities around every corner, Fallout 4 feels like a fresh take on an old genre stretching back to 1997. Sure, Final Fantasy VII remake was announced, The Last Guardian will finally be here someday, Shenmue will release in a couple years. But there’s just something about that old beat up landscape that has fans screaming to bring them back for a whole lot more.
Now, let us explore. Delve even deeper into what Bethesda’s e3 media briefing has revealed, sneaked by and covered up with our Top 15 list for Fallout 4.

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That Voice Acting Though


As revealed by Bethesda’s e3 media briefing, players’ main character will actually interact through verbal speaking his or her roles. This is a nice touch, indeed. At last we will know what our character is actually thinking and feeling. As it interacts with the destructive world around him/her, that voice will allow us to not only step into this frightening new world, it will allow our character to feel, to tell us instances we may have never noticed.

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  • Mark

    Could u wear that body armor suit in Fallout 3?

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    • Andrew Ulrich

      Yeah, but it wasn’t as cool. It was powerful in that if you built your character to be tougher, you could take a rocket launcher to the face and keep killing, but it acted as a normal suit of armor. It wasn’t a thing that you hopped into.

  • Fenrisfil

    My prediction. Either your partner or kid will be a ghoul. Partner would be coolest as you’d get that alternate playthrough character (seeing your previous character as a ghoul is bound to be fun). Even if I’m wrong on that, there’s got to be at least one character you knew pre-war that got ghoulified.


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