London gets new trailer, coming to PC in 2023

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Sometimes you want to explore wastelands all by yourself. but failure 5 is years away, and Fallout 76 is goodalbeit multiplayer and developed under brutal working conditions. So many are looking for the next big solo Stand out experience have observed the development closely Failure: Londonan awesome looking fan game made as a big mod for the pc version of failure 4. And now, thanks to a new trailer, we know it’s coming out next year.

On Saturday the official Failure: London YouTube channel uploaded a four and a half minute trailer It features a ton of fresh footage of the mod, including a giant armed elephant, robots in silly hats, devastated city streets, and the obligatory nasty ghouls. The trailer also confirms the mod’s current release window: sometime in 2023.

Fallout London – Official Announcement Trailer

Failure: London takes place, as you probably guessed from the name and the trailer, in the famous British city of London. This gives the project a very different vibe than most Stand out Material set in the United States and full of references and parodies to pop culture and classic Americana. Another interesting variance is that Vault-Tec and its legendary Vault Boy have “no presence” in London. Instead, the developers of the mod introduce another company that built their own brand of nuclear survival shelters.

Failure: London started development with a small team in 2017 and was originally intended to be a much smaller mod. Since then, the modders have grown a lot Failure: LondonScope. Corresponding the mod’s website, Failure: London “is about the size of vanilla failure 4 Commonwealth.”

This mod looks so good that even Bethesda took notice. Earlier this year, Stephanie Zachariadis, the head writer, made an appearance Failure: LondonShe left the project after being discontinued by Bethesda Game Studios.

We only found out about that a few weeks ago failure 5 would be the next game from Bethesda Game Studios after it was published Elder Scrolls 6, which only starts afterwards starfield finally comes out (it was recently postponed to next year).

Considering how long it takes Bethesda to develop these big open-world RPGs, it could potentially be a decade ahead failure 5 sees the light of day. Such highly polished fan-made adventures as Failure: London and the equally impressive looking one Failure: Miami could be the next best thing for gamers who want more first-person post-apocalyptic RPG. That, or you can just repeat Fallout: New Vegas for the 30th time.