In 2077, the storm of world war had come again. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. We tried to model the power armor as T-Ray did in the opening movie and game, but he could get away with clipping that would look really bad at close distances or certain angles. U.S. soldiers charging into battle during World War II, The Sole Survivor's great-grandfather with his mother, The detonation of either Fat Man or Little Boy, the first nuclear weapons ever deployed in war, United States government officials discuss strategies for a potential nuclear attack, A nuclear technician handling hazardous materials, A nuclear-powered car cruising down a suburban street, Rioters charge towards an industrial center, A shell-shocked U.S. soldier in power armor. Fallout Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. And from the ashes of nuclear devastation, a new civilization would struggle to arise. 75½ Hours. The video provides an overview of the themes and important aspects of the game, including Vault-Tec, nuclear war, and the respite of the vaults. After the cinematic intro, a series of still photographs with narration by Ron Perlman follows. A power-armored soldier is then shown in front of the American flag with 13 stars and a war bond ad. The piece begins with the song "Maybe" by The Ink Spots and a screen of a Radiation King television set showing a Vault-Tec ad for Vault 13, featuring the Vault Boy watering plants and waving at the camera as the Vault blast door closes, followed by the "Vault of the Future" picture. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Spain built an empire from its lust for gold and territory. Fallout Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. A specific detail I've never seen anybody mention is that the schematic behind the waterchip is actually for a Moog synthesizer. But then, in the 21st century, people awoke from the American dream. Only this time, the spoils of war were also its weapons: Petroleum and Uranium. https://fallout.fandom.com/wiki/Fallout_4_intro?oldid=3370419, This is the first intro made with live-action footage. That was how a lot of the design went on those things - we'd just come up with something we thought was funny while we were filling in the details. Only … Hitler shaped a battered Germany into an economic superpower. Completionist. 79½ Hours. The video cuts out, setting the tone for the subsequent narration. He got his wish when the US ended World War II by dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The TV shuts down and the music fades, as the camera shows us ruins of a city, later determined to be Necropolis in the outro video. The viewer is introduced to the conflict overseas and subsequent current violence underway. Then a Galaxy News Network (GNN) program starts, stating that "Our dedicated boys keep the peace in newly annexed Canada" and showing two American soldiers in power armor executing a Canadian insurgent and waving at the camera. When we started planning the intro, Jason and I designed pretty much what you see, with things like the guy being shot being added during development - but overall, we designed it very quickly and executed on that design. By doing so, they gave the Sole Survivor two personalities: one, a parent on a desperate hunt for answers. 1 Background 2 Overview 3 Narration 4 Developer quotes 5 Appearances 6 Gallery 7 Video The video provides an overview of the themes and important aspects of the game, including Vault-Tec, nuclear war, and the respite of the vaults. We began to use atomic energy not as a weapon, but as a nearly limitless source of power. Imprisoned safely behind the large Vault door, under a mountain of stone, a generation has lived without knowledge of the outside world. 152 Hours. Because if my time in the army taught me one thing: it's that war, war never changes. When the Fallout 4 logo disappears from the screen, the Sole Survivor's narration begins and states: What actually went into the game was *much* better ("War Never Changes"), but Tim wanted to stick some drunken barfly somewhere in the game which spouted the original dialogue. Your family was part of that group that entered Vault Thirteen. For the second part, Tim wrote the narration and we put together the images underneath it, that was about all the design that went into that one. As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. According to the, The power-armored Army soldier was portrayed by. Every second is a fight for survival, and every choice is yours. The first big encounter had me rolling my eyes, sighing heavily, and - by the end - gritting my teeth. I love Fallout 4.This will amaze the people who know me as the guy who mercilessly dumped on the beloved Fallout 3, and bore everyone else, because by this point the internet is awash in Fallout 4 love.. I've told the story of the ending before, but, in essence, it just occurred to me and Jason when we actually sat down to do the thing that #1, we had no idea how to make a 'celebratory scene' impactful, and #2, there was no way that their xenophobia would ever let them allow the player back in the vault.​. We changed as much as we needed to allow for more flexibility in movement, but tried to stay very close to the original design whenever possible. The Fallout intro is an opening cinematic to Fallout. It never happened though, and the dialogue's been long lost. The viewer is introduced to the conflict overseas and subsequent current violence underway. Advertisements give insight into the aesthetic of the time, introducing products and the general retro-futuristic style. The footage of the missile carriers rolling down a suburban street was shot just outside the real-life Piru Methodist Church in Piru, California.