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Fallout 4 Cinematic at E3? Guillermo Del Toro’s Studio Involved?
Okay that is a lot to digest so lets break it down. What happened is that a 3D artist recently updated his resume on LinkedIn and it has allegedly revealed what could be incoming plans of Bethesda with regards to the persistently awaited (and persistently missing) Fallout 4.
The person in question has stated under his experience column that he was hired as a Contract 3D Artist by a company called Mirada Studios from December 2014 to March 2015. He states that in those four months he was working on a Fallout 4 cinematic trailer.
Seeing how we have been hearing rumors about the game since forever, this could also be swept under the rug but in the recent days there have been strong indications that it will finally get revealed at E3 2015.
Add that to the 3D Artist’s resume, ii think we have got a cinematic trailer coming our way in a month’s time!
On to the second part of the story now.
So who exactly is Mirada Studios? It is actually a production company that was created by film maker Guillermo Del Toro (Hell Boy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Crimson Peak) along with Matthew Cullen, Javier Jiminez and Guillermo Navarro.
So does this mean that the guy is directly involved in making the trailer for Fallout 4? He might or might not be, because usually Mirada Studios hires other artists like the one in question here to do the work for them.
Since we have heard rumors that Bethesda might miss out on a Dishonored 2 reveal, could it be that they are directing the attention to Fallout 4 specifically? Pretty please?