Fallout 4 is without a doubt one of the most anticipated and hyped games to be released soon and that was shown very well when the Fallout 4 craze crashed the GAME servers. We’ve seen a little bit official gameplay footage when the game was revealed, but otherwise Bethesda Softworks has kept pretty quiet and not released much information.
However, at Gamescom there was a presentation behind closed doors and for a very limited number of people which showed a lot more gameplay. The person filming it, whoever he might be, managed to capture about 7 minutes of gameplay video from this behind closed doors presentation and then uploaded it to the internet. Once there, it won’t go away and we all can enjoy what was intended for very few eyes.
The angle and video quality aren’t the best as it most likely was recorded with a hidden cell phone, it is however still interesting and worth to watch. Sadly, I can’t embed the video here, so you’ll have to visit SegmentNext to watch the 7 minutes of Fallout 4 awesomeness.
How many have already pre-ordered this game and if you have, did you get the Pipboy too? Let us know in the comments if you did.
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Tesla Model X reservation holders have just been informed that their brand new SUV’s will begin production in early 2015.
In the email, Tesla also confirmed the futuristic-looking gull wing door design:
“We’re pleased to confirm that the falcon wing doors will be a defining feature of this exceptional car. Not only do these doors look amazing, but they also make getting in and out of the Model X so much easier than would a conventional front-hinged door. You can even do it standing up.”
While some other car manufacturers are quite often guilty of creating outlandish designs with extra features in their concept models, then under-delivering on production models – Tesla has the history of delivering the goods on their released product. This has been shown previously with their Tesla Model S and now with their Model X’s featured gull wing doors.
Tesla went on to explain:
“We can confirm that all-wheel drive will come standard for Model X, and you’ll have the option to add a third row of seats to carry more passengers. You’ll also be able to fold down the second and third rows to create a flat platform for storage. When it comes to charging and long distance drives, Model X will be able to take full advantage of our rapidly growing Supercharger network.”
These features all make for quite an exceptional fully electric automobile.
Unfortunately there is no confirmed shipment date for the final product but Tesla confirming there will be more information released in the coming months.
For more information on Tesla and their new Model X, check out their website.