First Fallout 4 Gameplay Showcased at Bethesda’s E3 Conference

on June 14, 2015 11:04 PM

During Bethesda Softworks’s E3 conference, the publisher showcased the gameplay debut of the massively anticipated Fallout 4.

We also heard that Bethesda started designing the game right after the release of Fallout 3, while intensive work on the title started four years ago.

Interestingly, the beginning of the game is set before the nuclear fallout, and it looks definitely awesome. The game features full physically based rendering and dynamic volumetric lighting.

You can see the videos just below, and check out the game’s lovely visuals, courtesy of YouTube user GamesHQMedia.




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