Welcome Back To The Wastelands With Fallout 4

Bethesda Gamestudios showed off the demo for the hotly anticipated Fallout 4 and it didn’t disappoint. Todd Howard took to stage and gave fans what they’ve been waiting for. A good long talk about Fallout 4.

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And the demo showed off plenty or interesting details that will surely be dissected by fans all over the world. From creating the protagonist’s face, which can be male or female, to living out a day in a world before the war and entering the world after the war.

And you’ll travel the wasteland again, only this time, you’ll have a dog companion! We can’t wait Fallout 4 to come so that we get lost in the world again.

It’s official!, Fallout 4 is coming this year on November 10. So be prepared to go back to the wasteland Vault Dwellers!

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