fallout 76 yes fostering a vibrant community since launch in 2018. While the game had a notoriously tough launch, Appalachian’s environment was a strength from the start. Later updates like waste land expansion has added life to West Virginia and has always had a loyal following of fans who love the experience, the troubles and all. A fan-made live-action trailer by director Brian Curtis and the team from Infectious Designer is an incredible tribute to the best parts of Bethesda’s online gaming. (This fan-made concept trailer has nothing to do with Amazon’s TV adaptation of the Fallout . series.)
Curtis writes in the video’s description:
“I got it. Fall out 76 had a rough launch, but that didn’t detract from the memorable experience of stepping out of Vault 76 for the first time and exploring the Appalachian wasteland with friends. Exploring, building, and stopping to take an epic photo in the midst of the chaos is fun. The world is beautiful and adventures are abundant if you are willing to seek it out. There is definitely something special about this game. This video is an expression of the inspiration I found.
For the bloody wanderers who have found beauty in a broken world and who have the unyielding faith to build it.
I have a relationship again and again with fallout 76 personally, but I’m still impressed by the vibe of the concept trailer. Characters wear costumes I’ve seen in the game, whether it’s a pieced scavenger outfit or a full set of armor. I remember meeting people like this in my travels, from mining businessmen to Brotherhood fanatics. When people buy on the premise of fallout 76 In the early days, Appalachian felt alive.
The environment in this fan-made trailer is also lush and lively — life-giving rock caves, claustrophobic mines, gloomy forests, and the Appalachian wilderness. It’s based on a real-world environment, with just a little bit of Fallout’s great premise.
Curtis also posted a behind-the-scenes video showcasing the finding, costumes, and shooting for the film for fans.
Even in the first days, fun, fallout 76 really had a great atmosphere thanks to the environment and the people you will meet along the way. I definitely feel nostalgic for those moments of hang out to protect my friend’s shop in the Appalachian hills, when the game’s mechanics barely support the setup.
fallout 76 still shipping along; in December, Bethesda is set to release Nuka World on Tour, adding a travel fairground to Appalachia.
Amazon is also currently adapting the Fallout series into a TV series. Details are still pretty scant. So far, we’ve seen a still image from the projectwith more details shared in Xbox’s”Memories of Fallout’s 25th Anniversary“Videos on YouTube.