If you’re pacing up and down your Vault waiting for Fallout 4 to be released, Bethesda have dropped a couple of videos walking through the game’s development process to tide you over.
Filmed at this year’s E3, the videos show Fallout 4‘s directer Todd Howard and other members of the game staff chatting about bringing the Fallout 4 wasteland to life.
The first video touches on subjects including the game’s length – in excess of 400 hours – the feel of the world, and why Boston was so personal to many on the development team. The second video discusses the games’s fully voice acted protagonist, and the emotional effect that has on the player. Brian T. Delaney and Courtenay Taylor recorded over 13,000 lines of dialogue each for the male and female variations of the game’s main character.
Fallout 4 will be released on November 10 for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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