With just over a month to go before the release of, Bethesda has now published a pair of videos that dive deep into the development process behind the highly anticipated role-playing game. These new videos, taped at E3 but only just released this week, feature insight from game director Todd Howard, lead designer Emil Pagliarulo, artist Istvan Pely, and other Bethesda Game Studios developers.
The first video (above) includes discussions around the topics of game length (), the look of the world, why Boston was chosen as the game’s location, and a lot, lot more.
Part 2, meanwhile, focuses on Bethesda’s decision to give a voice to the game’s protagonists, who are performed by Brian T. Delaney and Courtenay Taylor. Bethesda designers talk about why fully voiced characters will let you connect emotionally with the characters like no other Fallout game before.
“The emotional depth that we got by having the voiced protagonists was way more intense than I expected,” Pagliarulo says.
Delaney and Taylor, who recorded more than 13,000 lines for the game, also talk about keeping their involvement with the project secret for years. Check out the video below.
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