ByTim Horton, writer at
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Tim Horton

Fallout 4, the game that we have all been waiting for is just a day away. With the embargo officially lifted, we can finally reveal to you the beautifully tragic opening cinematic for Fallout 4.

The year is 2027 and war has ravaged the world, excessive consumption of resources has plunged the world into war. Every nation is fighting for what remains of world's fuels. Fallout 4 takes us into a new era following the total implosion of humanity.

They say war never changes. 200 years after the bombs dropped it is now safe to leave the confines of the vault. As the sole survivor of refuge Vault 111 you must now embark on a journey of survival in a world unrecognizable in both landscape and humanity.

Bethesda is a giant of ambition and this latest Fallout game is representative of just that. An all new world that, in so many ways, is unrecognizable but still with that familiar Fallout feeling. It's a new adventure—one that promises to thrill, scare and humble us all.

It is a terrifying environment to be dropped into—Bethesda has honestly created the best post-apocalyptic environment I have experienced in a game. It is an extremely confusing emotional experience; in one respect, you want to explore the tragic beauty that surrounds you, while on the other hand, you want to escape from this barren landscape that is so devoid of life.

Fallout 4 will be even bigger, even more immersive than ever and will have fans all over the globe fighting for their lives once again in this wasteland of human regret.

My full review will soon follow this article. Fallout 4 releases tomorrow, November 10 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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Source: Gamespot


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