"Fallout 4" had all its dialogue recorded and completed. A tweet from Bethesda Games Studios states that the new game will feature over 111,000 lines, which are more than the combined dialogues of its prequel, "Fallout 3" and "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim."
Many years of #Fallout4 voice recording complete! Just over 111k lines. More than Fallout 3 and Skyrim combined. pic.twitter.com/hwNu2GNg5m — BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios) September 3, 2015
It kind of make sense that the game has a huge amount of lines because for one, the protagonist speaks all through the gameplay. "Fallout 4" reportedly is the first open-world game of Bethesda which features spoken dialogue for the lead, according to the Geek Snack.
There are two protagonists for the game — the male's voice actor is Brian Delaney, while the female's Courtenay Taylor. According to Tech Times, each of the characters recorded more than 13,000 lines.
Many gamers are speculating that the PS4 and Xbox One's selling of games through BluRay discs is one of the reasons for adding this feature compared to Xbox 360 and PS3, which was sold on DVDs. A report from Destructoid stated the hope of having more than a few voice actors.
Imagine what it will be like. You're in a gigantic world, but every person you meet inside has the same delivery.
The storage this new game will take up is yet to be announced by Bethesda. Many gamers though are assuming it will be a lot.
"We know what this game means to everyone," "Fallout 4" director Todd Howard said way back in June.
"The time and technology have allowed us to be more ambitious than ever," he added. "We've never been more excited about a game, and we can't wait to share it."
It is unfortunate though that the voice actor for Three Dog from "Fallout 3" was not part of the "Fallout 4" recordings. The news was confirmed over Twitter by the voice actor himself, Erik Todd Dellums on Thursday.
"Fallout 4" has a slated release date of Nov. 10 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Level cap was reportedly removed.