Fallout London release date has been pushed back to 2023, as revealed in a new teaser featuring more of the mod and its British post-apocalypse. Fallout: London is a Fallout 4 mod that, according to its developer team, allows non-US cultures to be studied as well as the influence of the Resource Wars on Britain and its class-structured society.
Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, who played the Sixth and Seventh Doctors in the long-running science-fiction program Doctor Who, both provide their voices to the production. Both performers have repeated their roles in a number of Doctor Who audio adventures produced by Big Finish, giving them a wealth of expertise in the field.
Fallout: London is set 50 years before the events of Fallout 4 and aims to provide a gritty experience that favors physical weapons over guns. More of what Fallout: London has to offer can be seen in the video below, which features surviving British sites such as Big Ben and the Tower of London.
Todd Howard of Bethesda has announced that the studio intends to work on Fallout 5 when The Elder Scrolls VI is finished, which will be done after Starfield comes in 2023. Fallout fans may play Fallout 76 until then, with The Pitt, the game’s next addition, releasing in September.
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