During what was the companies first ever conference at E3, Bethesda has today revealed new details on the recently revealed Fallout 4 game.
Bethesda says that they started work on Fallout 4 back in 2009, all with an obsession to detail, making sure every landscape, character, button and light is perfectly formed to create a world that frankly looks simply stunning.
To show this off the developer shown a number of images and concept art for Fallout 4, which starts before the fallout even happened we are introduced to a our character and are tasked with sculpted and making changes the them with a number of sliders, either as a female or as a male.
And based on the couple you decide to make, the game will even generate you a baby to go with them.
Suddenly Vault-Tec comes knocking ready to take your order for entrance, where you will set up your skills for things like luck and perception.
Of course the fallout does come around and you do make your way into the vault for safety, emerging back into the world 200 years later as the sole survivor of vault 111.
From the look of the trailer Bethesda has done an amazing job on Fallout 4, the graphics look amazing with awesome lighting techniques, fantastic sounds, environments and even character development. Bethesda even say that they have recording hundreds of sounds for the robots so they can say a range of different names, with a dynamic dialogue.
And you even have a dog that you can command with various tasks like picking up items or going to a location, and if a dog isn’t enough for you, you even have a very new Pip-Boy, where you can look at stats, inventory, data with holo and game tapes (yes there are games inside the game), and more.
What’s even cooler is that Bethesda has made a real one that will work with your phone and an app that will work as a second screen experience.
The real-life Pip-Boy will be included with the collectors edition of the game and will work with any platform, of course you can still use the app without the pitboy, but that isn’t as cool.
And if all that hasn’t got you overly excited yet, you can even build your own settlements in the game, with a number of different materials and items that really make Fallout home with just some scrap.
This crafting system expands to other cartable items, with 50 base weapons and over 700 modifications for those weapons, meaning that you can take a base weapon and turn it into something completely different with a range of mods from scrap materials.
And you can even modify your own power armour.
And we haven’t even gotten to the combat yet, playable in first and third person, you will find yourself in full out fights with that awesome Fallout music playing away.
Fallout 4 will be released on November 10th 2015.