Courtenay Taylor, the voice actress who worked on the upcoming "Fallout 4," teased that fans of the "Fallout" franchise will surely be impressed with its latest installment.
Aside from its immersive storyline, the actress also praised the developers of the game for their attention to detail.
Taylor, a veteran voice actress who worked on numerous major titles including "Resident Evil 6," "Destiny," "Diablo III: Reaper of Souls" and "Star Craft II: Wings of Liberty," said that she recorded about 13,000 lines for "Fallout 4." She plays the female version of the game's lead protagonist.
She spent so much time working on the game that she became very familiar with its development process.
"I've never worked this long on a game and I think that does affect my excitement but also the material is great," she told IGN during an interview. "The writing is great. It is exactly what you would expect from a 'Fallout' game, but better - it's more immersive. They've taken it to a new level. There's no stone that's been unturned."
Although Taylor remained tight-lipped regarding the actual plot of the game's storyline, she noted that it is rich in detail. She then even compared it to the Pixar animated film "Cars" and how its creators focused on every detail of the movie including the minor ones.
"I went to Pixar, in Emeryville once," she said. "And they were talking about the movie 'Cars,' and the level of detail in 'Cars.' In every car, they would know what was in the glove box, even if the glove box is never opened, these creators know exactly what was inside."
"Detail is fleshed out completely," she added. "And it rung the same for me on 'Fallout 4'. Even if the camera never goes there, we know it's there. And the effect of that level of detail is going to be apparent."
Although some people might think that Taylor is a bit biased because she is part of the game, the recently leaked images and footages from "Fallout 4" really prove the high level of graphic quality if the upcoming title.
Based on the images from the game posted by Kotaku, "Fallout 4" features bright and vibrant visuals despite being set in a post-apocalyptic environment.
"Fallout 4" is schedule to come out next week on November 10. It will be available for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.