A new one-minute Fallout 4 trailer has been released by Bethesda titled ?The Wanderer?. The trailer goes live-action as it showcases a real actor portraying a vault dweller and a dog (Dogmeat) walking in a post-apocalyptic Boston as they journey and battle against CG enemies. The visuals look amazing and Bethesda continues rocking with their hip soundtrack, helping you understand Bethesda?s vision for the game.
The short live-action trailer, which features a number of characters from the game including mister handy/Codsworth, has amazed many and fans are now requesting for a Fallout movie. Others have requested for a Fallout TV series. Do you agree with these people below?
I'd kill to see a Fallout movie. Or maybe an HBO series? I feel like a series would be best route. Too many storylines for a 3hr movie.
— Billy Boolin (@Mustin_Dock) October 15, 2015
Okay I couldn't be anymore hyped for fallout 4 but this video is amazing. Fallout Movie Incoming?https://t.co/w7gjaekQXY
— Satt/Mike (@SattelizerGames) October 15, 2015
— Sam Spettigue (@ninjaspag) October 15, 2015
No video game adapted movie has been well-received by fans and many have been scared of film studios touching their beloved games. However, this Fallout 4 live-action trailer looks amazing and the attention to detail looks on-par with the upcoming Warcraft film. Will there be enough fan requests for Bethesda to consider lending their IP to film studios for a video game adaptation? Will a Fallout film join these upcoming video game movie adaptations?
Things That Will Change Your Mind
Video game movies have often turned horrible such as the likes of Mortal Kombat and the Super Mario Bros film in 1993 (a film where Mario refuses to jump). The only successful video game movie adaptation are the Resident Evil films with the latest installment, Resident Evil: Afterlife, earning $296 million worldwide. Despite this success, most fans are unsatisfied by how the film adapts the game.
Nolan North, the voice of Nathan Drake in Uncharted, has even acknowledged that fans of the game don?t want an Uncharted movie. North said that fans have already been invested with the characters. Fans might be unable to accept real actors portraying their favorite characters, he said.
?I think the emotional investment people have with Nathan Drake is so high that it would be very difficult for them to accept somebody else- even me, with my face as Nathan Drake. They might recognize the voice, but I don?t even know if they?d accept me.?
Fallout 4 will be released on November 10, 2015 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. DLC Packs and a season pass will be released for the game.