If you are not pumped up for the upcoming Fallout 4, then you have probably never played a Fallout game ever in the past. As far as the industry is concerned, 2015 has been a brilliant year and we are not even done here. With titles such as Bloodborne and The Witcher 3 already out there, we are currently waiting for Fallout 4.

Before Bethesda finally brings over Fallout 4 in November, a lot about the game has been revealed during this year's E3, with more details slowly emerging about key aspects of the game and the updated perks system that will play such a major role.

So with the game not far away, here's a quick look at every major detail that has been revealed for the game so far.

Fallout 4 – Every Key Aspect Discussed

  • First of all, with Fallout 4, get ready for an experience that will span over 70 hours – probably the biggest ever, compared to any Fallout game in the past. So if you haven't still played any of the Fallout titles from the past, it's highly recommended that you do so.
  • If you indeed want to go for a full Fallout experience before Fallout 4 comes out, keep track of the Fallout Anthology game for PC. The Anthology will drop on 29 September and include the original Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout New Vegas, and Fallout 3.
  • One of the major new features to arrive with the new Fallout is Dogmeat. That a dog is man's best friend is an age-old saying, but Fallout 4 actually makes the most of it. Although it isn't like Dogmeat is the only companion that you will meet in the wastelands, or that you have to take your companion's help every time, but if you choose to, know that it will save you a lot of hardwork.
  • As far as Dogmeat is concerned, he will be the best outdoor companion ever. For instance, he will growl if there are enemies nearby; you can even use him as a distraction while you set up shots from the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System (V.A.T.S.). Best of all, Dogmeat can't die.
  • When you finally get Fallout 4, make a point not to rush through the story missions, as there are a lot of things to do and find out there in the wastelands. For that matter, the game will also feature an expansive customisation system and that isn't really limited to items and weapons.
  • Note that as soon as a Fallout 4 character levels up, they can choose one of the 70 perks from the perk tree, as long as they have the prerequisite SPECIAL rank. Each perk will come with its own "mini-tree," and can be upgraded to access different abilities.
  • Know more about it from the video below.

As of now, Fallout 4 is set to hit the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 10 November, 2015. Apart from that, sometime in early 2016, players will be able to apply mods to the PC version of the game and even share them with the community.

Stay tuned for more updates!

[Source: Prima Games, Twinfinite]