Here’s the Trailer for “Fallout 4”
Early yesterday morning, Bethesda Game Studios, the developer of 2008’s Fallout 3, asked fans to “please stand by” for a special announcement. The site included a countdown timer and was somewhat cryptic. We didn’t know what was coming, but we knew it would be big. Today, the countdown hit zero, and Bethesda released the trailer for Fallout 4. Yes, it looks as awesome as you think it does.
The trailer shows a Vault Dweller roaming the city with man’s best friend and it looks like this one is set in Boston. There are several recognizable Boston landmarks, including the Bunker Hill Monument, the Massachusetts State House, and Scollay Square (a city center that was established in 1838 and demolished in 1962).
The series’ narrator, Ron Pearlman, kicks off the series with the gimmick that has never stopped being scary. “Folks, it seems we’ve got some breaking news,” he says, as the camera goes in and out of focus. “We do have, coming in, confirmed reports of nuclear detonation. My God.”
Fallout 4 is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC. You can also pre-order the game on the official Fallout 4 website right now. Considering how long people have been waiting for this, it might be a smart idea to pre-order.