Fan-Made Fallout: London Gameplay Footage Shows Off Life Across The Post-Apocalyptic Pond

Fallout fans looking for a reason to return to the post-apocalypse wasteland will want to take a look at Fallout: London, as this fan mod is shaping up to be an impressive project. Featuring not one but two Time Lords contributing their vocal talents--Doctor Who's Sixth and Seventh Doctors Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy--the mod has been shown off in more detail in a lengthy new gameplay video.Described as a DLC-sized mod for Bethesda's Fallout by its development team, the video shows off life across the pond after the world descended into mutually assured self-destruction. "As a divergence from previous official titles in the series, Fallout: London is not set in America," the video's description reads. "Visiting a totally new setting allows for us to explore totally new cultures which have not homogenized with their American counterparts. It also allows us to explore pre-war European history, and the effects the Resource Wars had on the class structured society of pre-war Britain."Continue Reading at GameSpot

Fan-Made Fallout: London Gameplay Footage Shows Off Life Across The Post-Apocalyptic Pond

Fallout fans looking for a reason to return to the post-apocalypse wasteland will want to take a look at Fallout: London, as this fan mod is shaping up to be an impressive project. Featuring not one but two Time Lords contributing their vocal talents--Doctor Who's Sixth and Seventh Doctors Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy--the mod has been shown off in more detail in a lengthy new gameplay video.

Described as a DLC-sized mod for Bethesda's Fallout by its development team, the video shows off life across the pond after the world descended into mutually assured self-destruction.

"As a divergence from previous official titles in the series, Fallout: London is not set in America," the video's description reads. "Visiting a totally new setting allows for us to explore totally new cultures which have not homogenized with their American counterparts. It also allows us to explore pre-war European history, and the effects the Resource Wars had on the class structured society of pre-war Britain."

Continue Reading at GameSpot