More good news.
Voice actress Courtnay Taylor has been around plenty of video games in her career, with her role as the default voice for a female character in Fallout 4 being the latest. Because she’s been around plenty, she knows what people are expecting from the story in Fallout 4 and in a recent interview with IGN, she made it clear this story is what people would expect and then some. Last week, Taylor was making the rounds when she told people that the developers hadn’t left any stone unturned.
This time, she is detailing just how immersive the story for the upcoming game is going to be. “It’s like – I went to Pixar, in Emeryville once. And they were talking about the movie Cars, and the level of detail in Cars. In every car, they would know what was in the glove box, even if the glove box is never opened, these creators would know exatly what was inside. You couldn’t just say “oh, I have no idea”. Detail is fleshed out completely. And it rung the same for me on Fallout 4. Even if the camera never goes there, we know it’s there. And the effect of that level of detail is going to be apparent.”
Taylor added that she had recorded over 13,000 lines of dialogue over the course of two years. She said that was the longest she has ever spent working on a single video game. We’ll get to see just how immersive this game really is in exactly one week. Fallout 4 releases on November 10, 2015.