Here What You Need To Know About Fallout 4
At E3 2015, Bethesda is show us the Fallout 4 and they also given us the release date of November 10th, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. In additional to the regular game, there will be a collector’s edition featuring a “working” Pip-Boy.
Fallout 4 starts just before the apocalypse — “on a beautiful Saturday morning.” This is where you build your character, looking into a bathroom mirror while your significant other looks on (you can choose to play as male or female), and unlike past Fallout games, your character has a voice of his or her own. The majority of game itself, however, takes place 200 years later, and based on what we’re seeing, it looks like you can get a dog companion fairly early on.
Fallout 4 is running a new version of the Creation Engine, and the abundance of environmental detail is clear. Players will be able to explore the wilderness, complete quests, and visit towns in standard RPG fashion, but Fallout 4 also adds the ability to build your own homestead. Players can scavenge wood, metal, and other materials to build houses, starting out small with shacks, but eventually kitting out their new settlements with color-changing lights, guard towers, stalls for traveling merchants, and sentry guns. The more you build, the more people will move in — and the more likely you will be to attract raiders. World-building is entirely optional, by the way, if you just want to focus on a story.
It’s not just buildings you can construct. There are more than 50 base weapons you can build — and 700 different modifications for both weapons and armor. S
Bethesda is teasing a lot of “new” for the game but says it’s trying to avoid spoiling any story details beyond the character-building basics. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to explore the wasteland — after working “very, very hard” on Fallout 4 for the last four years, the game is now just months away from release.