Sometimes you just want to explore the wastelands alone. But Fallout 5 years, and Fallout 76 This is goodalbeit multiplayer worked out in difficult working conditions. So many people are looking for the next big solo fall out experience closely followed the development Aftermath: Londonan impressive fan game created as a big mod for the PC version Fallout 4. And now we know it’s coming out next year thanks to a new trailer.
Saturday official Aftermath: London YouTube channel loaded four and a half minute trailer showcasing plenty of fresh footage of the mod, including a giant armed elephant, robots wearing goofy hats, devastated city streets, and the obligatory vile ghouls. The trailer also confirms the mod’s current release window: sometime in 2023.
Aftermath: London as you probably guessed from the title and the trailer, the action takes place in the famous British city of London. This gives the project a very different atmosphere compared to most others. fall out material set in the United States and filled with references and parodies of pop culture and classic Americana. Another interesting aberration is that Vault-Tec and its iconic Vault Boy are “not present” in London. Instead, the mod’s developers represent another company that has built its own brand of survival nuclear shelters.
Aftermath: London started development with a small team back in 2017 and was originally planned as a much smaller mod. Since then, modders have expanded significantly Aftermath: Londonscope. According to fashion site, Aftermath: London “the size of a vanilla Fallout 4 Commonwealth”.
This mod looks so good that even Bethesda took notice. Earlier this year, Stephanie Zachariadis, Lead Writer Aftermath: Londonleft the project after she was hired by Bethesda Game Studios.
Just a few weeks ago we found out that Fallout 5 will be Bethesda Game Studios’ next game after he left Elder Scrolls 6, which does not start itself until Starfield finally comes out (this recently moved to next year).
Considering how long it takes Bethesda to make these big open-world RPGs, it could potentially be a decade before Fallout 5 sees the light of day. So polished fan-made adventures like Aftermath: London and no less impressive view Fallout: Miami might be the next best thing for players wanting more post-apocalyptic first-person RPGs. This, or you can just replay Fallout: New Vegas for the 30th time.