Bethesda, the developer of Fallout, has offered two Fallout London creators a reworked job. According to them, the model they are working on is the size of Fallout 4 DLC and 13 people are working on it.
Team Fallout London announced That Rian Johnson, Chief Artistic Officer at Fallout London, has been offered a job as Associate Level Designer at Bethedsda. Johnson also accepted this offer and drafted the design documents so the team could take on their work with as few problems as possible.
The other job was offered to Dean Carter, Project Manager. He was allowed to work in Bethesda UK. What his role will be there, the people behind the project do not say, but there will be work on Fallout 76. Carter has done yet “a lot of ‘Self Search’ She decided to decline the offer and continue working on Fallout London.
The mod makers announced late last month that Fallout London should be released in 2023 as a new PC version of Fallout 4. The mod features a new story and new factions. Fallout: London takes place in the year 2237, between the events of Fallout 1 and 2 and about 50 years before Fallout 4. In the trailer, its makers show different environments and atmospheric images. A gameplay trailer was shown earlier as well.
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