Fallout London has recieved its first gameplay trailer, and it looks awesome

Fallout London may be Fallout 4's best upcoming mod

Fallout London recieves its first gameplay trailer, and it looks awesome

Ever wanted to see what happened outside of the US in Fallout?

Fallout London has recieved a new gameplay trailer, showcasing footage from the beginning of the mod. Fallout London is an expansion-sized mod for Fallout 4, showcasing the Fallout Universe from a unamerican lens.

Fallout: London may not be an official game from Bethesda Softworks, but it has the trappings of what could be an interesting Fallout game, even if franchise staples like Vault-Tec being missing. There will be no Super Mutants, Deathclaws or other species that were developed through forced mutation. This is Fallout London, and it's nothing like the USA. 

Fallout London contains new factions, new weapons, and different cultural outlook on the post-apocalyptic world. Here's what Fallout London's developers have to say about the game on their website

    Fallout: London is an ambitious, trail-blazing DLC-sized mod for Fallout 4, Bethesda Game Studios’ 2015 post-apocalyptic RPG. Fallout: London stands apart from its contemporaries and offers an entirely new experience: setting a Fallout game outside of the United States. True to its moniker, Fallout: London takes place IN London. From stuffy parliamentary aristocrats to a resurrection of the Knights of the Round Table to an uncompromising cult of revolutionaries (and more!), Fallout: London embodies the history and aesthetics of London and puts an unmistakably nuclear spin on the beloved city.

Fallout: London’s development is labor-intensive and involves a plethora of eclectic cross-discipline individuals, both at amateur and industry level. The team maintains a strong sense of professionalism and devotion to the craft. Everyone on the Fallout: London team shares a deep love of videogames, and most importantly, Fallout itself. Each member of the Fallout: London team is individually recruited for their contributions and talent in the realms of game design and modding.

At this time, Fallout London lacks an official release date. That said, the release of this new trailer clearly showcases how much the game's development team has progressed since Fallout London was first revealed last year. 

You can join the discussion on Fallout London on the OC3D Forums.

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19-05-2022, 13:05:31

"Chill" Winston... Nice reference.Quote

19-05-2022, 13:11:16


i think it looks ok.Quote

19-05-2022, 14:10:12

I'm interested because it's in the UK. But since Fallout 76 —and to some extent Fallout 4— I'm getting my hopes up.Quote

19-05-2022, 15:28:06

Thankfully this has nowt to do with Bethesda apart from using their engine. So I'm hopeful and quietly extremely excited.

I remember years ago I even said, before New Vegas, that I would love to see a game called fallout London. I had already dreamt of it.

TBH after DC you were always going to struggle to match or beat FO3. It was a big part of why FO4 was never going to be as good. Boston was fun, but not a patch on DC. I really don't know why they have left out NY tbh. It's not even a DLC. Man imagine clearing out the Empire State and residing there like Tenpenny tower? Hory crap.

I'll have a dig later to see if I can find my posts.

BTW I don't hate FONV. On the contrary I thought it was fantastic. However. It wasn't anywhere near as deep or detailed as FO3. None have been. What I mean is you could not enter a building and get lost for hours in it as it sucked you in. Most of the buildings in NV were either boarded up or tiny inside, with no major side quests or hidden quests. Time constraints for sure, but it is incredible what they pulled off in two years.

And it's the same with FO4. Mostly due to the engine constraints. Even huge inner buildings are linear mazes with most of them boarded up or blocked off. Meaning there isn't a whole load beneath the surface. Metros in comparison to FO3 are also pretty pathetic tbh, and a lot of that comes down to the engine and constraints of Boston.

And that's why London and NY IMO were vastly better places to host a Fallout game.

Edit. Had a quick poke. Sadly the forum search function here seems to have clacked it, and B-T forum will only search back to the last major forum change. That said, here is a post I made in a thread called "What game would you like to see the most?" from 2015.


You may call me Prophet Quote

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