Fallout 4 is FINALLY here. After five long years of waiting, Bethesda has pulled back the curtain on what will surely be called one the most-anticipated video games of 2015.
While it lacks in the blockbuster sales that Call of Duty or Destiny enjoy, Bethesda’s massive open-world series has received nothing but critical acclaim since launch for accomplishing one simple thing: It makes us want more.
Any game then that can make the apocalypse addictive deserves attention and in the case of Fallout 4, it’s going to make the apocalypse look beautiful as well (if that’s even possible).
Launching on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, Fallout 4 is going to be a next-gen game only and as you can see from the trailer it’s already shaping up to be something of a stunner.
Set in and around Boston in a 50s post-apocalypse dystopia, Fallout places you in a world where few have survived the nuclear war and those that have either killed their way there or in your case, had Liam Neeson for a dad and grew up in a giant bunker.
While it’s not clear if your character will be the same as before, what we do know is that you’ll have a trusty canine companion.
There’s no word on when Fallout 4 will be arriving however for the first time Bethesda has announced that it is holding its very own press conference.
The game publisher is expected to unveil the highly-anticipated next instalment of Doom along with a possible sequel for Wolfenstein. Of course it’s more than likely that there’ll be more information on ‘allout as well.