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The Fallout 4 launch trailer looks glorious

Five more days.

Just five more until you can close the curtains, turn off the phone and escape to a bleak apocalyptic world of possibilities.

Fallout 4 arrives on 10 November; a fresh new slice of engrossing gameplay from the makers of the all-cosnuming Skyrim. It's bigger, bleaker and possibly more addictive than anything else you've ever stuck in a disc tray.

For a taste of things to come, thrust your eyeballs in the direction of the new launch trailer.

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Sumptuous New Fallout 4 Trailer

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