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Fans of the post-apocalypse and Dick van Dyke: Rejoice! If this had been an official game, it would probably have dominated E3 coverage, but Fallout: London, a great version for Fallout 4, still looks like the sun from the bees' knees.
Described by its creators as "a DLC-sized mod", Fallout London takes the series from its usual American wasteland to the great smoke of 2237. The opening of the trailer, cheerfully making the Vs to the Bill of Rights. 39; author, incorporates & # 39; We & # 39; ll Meet & # 39; by Vera Lynn Again & # 39 ;: a song that, for the British, is synonymous with World War II and that some later considered to be emblematic of the nation’s decline (e.g., in the work of Pink Floyd). Longtime fans of the Fallout series can also point out that this is a callback to the revelation of Fallout 3, which was structured around the departure of a bus.
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Fallout: The London trailer details several different factions, shows locations such as Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, and is full of cockney rhyme slang. Probably the most intriguing faction are the insignia that disguise themselves as knights of the Crusade era and spoil the monsters of radiation, which seems like a very British approach to the post-apocalypse.
The creators write that "Visiting a whole new environment allows us to explore completely new cultures that have not been homogenized with their American counterparts. It also allows us to explore pre-war European history and its effects. that the Resource Wars had on the structured class society of pre-war Britain ".
The official site of the modification contains some more details on what exactly these cultural differences mean and the basic series it will leave behind. "(The forced evolutionary virus) has not reached London in any way, form or form. This means that there are no super mutants, no centaurs, no deaths, and there is likely to be a lower amount of Psykers than ever.
"Vault-Tec is a totally American company, so it will not have a presence in London. We will have a one-turn version, but it will be completely different from Vault-Tec, except that it is a shelter, under the "Don't expect Better Living, Underground. In a similar vein, there will probably be a British counterpart to Vault Boy, in terms of a popular pet that will make frequent appearances."
Sign up for the cockney Vault Boy. The revealing trailer also mentions that its majesty has not been explained for years. Ignoring the fact that, in 2237, many would not expect to hear of Queen Elizabeth anyway, the prospect of finding the royal family as demons (and then blowing them VAT) is definitely another selling point.
In terms of size, Fallout: London is "a condensed version of London that focuses on major neighborhoods. The world map is roughly the size of the Fallout 4 Commonwealth vanilla and will allow players to experience everything from the heart of Westminster to in the hills on the outskirts of Bromley ".
Fallout: London has no release date yet, although it looks like the company. We will keep our bites on this one, and make no mistake.