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Bethesda Stuns With ‘Fallout 4’ Live-Action Trailer

Bethesda Stuns With ‘Fallout 4’ Live-Action Trailer
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Bethesda Stuns With ‘Fallout 4’ Live-Action Trailer

Bethesda, the team behind the successful videogame franchise, has released a live-action trailer for Fallout 4.

Curious as to what a Fallout live-action movie would look like? Wonder no further.

Bethesda, the team behind the successful video game franchise, has released a live-action trailer that stays true to the game’s post-apocalyptic scenario. From the weapons to the outfit, you can actually feel that it’s a legitimate Fallout movie. Too bad it’s only a trailer.

Titled The Wanderer, the clip begins with bombs falling. From Vault 111, the Sole Survivor comes out to see what has happened to the world. Fans familiar with the game will recognize Mr. Handy, the robot-slash-helper. There’s also Dogmeat, the character’s ever-loyal friend. The clip ends with the character suiting up in a Power Armour after a day spent shooting bad guys.

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The trailer shall keep fans excited for the upcoming “Fallout 4.” Even if you still haven’t played any Fallout game, the live-action clip is enough for you to get an idea of the overall tone and mood of the games. The desolated landscape and the depressing wasteland are enough for you to judge if this game is your cup of tea. If you’re into action-packed dystopian apocalyptic games, then Fallout titles are definitely for you.

This isn’t the first time a video game has been granted a live-action trailer. In 2013, Machinima created a live-action shot-by-shot recreation of the trailer of “Dead Island,” which is shot backwards.

“Fallout 4” launches for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 10.

Also read: ‘Fallout Shelter’: How To Play In A Mac or PC?

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Will is the Senior Copy Editor for Morning News USA. He has extensive years of experience in the news industry. Aside from current events and books, he is also into video games, movies, and anime series.

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