Bethesda has released a live-action trailer for the upcoming Fallout 4.
This marks the first time Bethesda has made a live-action trailer for one of their games. If this follows suit with other live-action trailers for games, a shorter version will likely be used as a TV commercial.
The minute-long video starts by showing a Mr. Handy trimming a yard’s bushes on a sunny day in a peaceful neighborhood, which is followed by a nuclear bomb explosion. We are then shown the main character emerging from a vault to roam around the wasteland and fighting a number of enemies, ranging from Super Mutants to Radroaches, alongside his K-9 companion.
While this is all happening, the fitting song The Wanderer by Dion, which released in 1961, plays in the background.
Fallout 4 is coming out of the vault on Nov. 10. for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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