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Rumor: 3D artist working for Guillermo del Toro’s studio hired for Fallout 4 trailer

http://youthindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/fallout4___fan_art_by_aage_jorgensen-d6tzr15.jpgNews for the video game “Fallout 4” have potentially come to the rise, through business-oriented social networking platform LinkedIn.

It was seen in an article by Videogamer that a 3D artist has added new experience to his profile for the “Fallout 4” cinematic trailer – which he has worked on between December 2014 and March 2015.

The more exciting part is the fact that the job is listed as working for Mirada Studios, a California-based multiplatform storytelling company launched in 2010 by “Pan’s Labyrinth” director Guillermo del Toro.

The co-director for the company is also Matthew Cullen, cinematographer Guillermo Navarro, and executive producer Javier Jimenez. Of course, this is still a rumour and the game company Bethesda having hired del Toro’s company is still a rumor. However, the 3D artist, whose name isn’t clear, does have a resumé that adds validity to the rumour.

He’s worked for Blur Studio in the cinematic side for games “Far Cry 4” and “The Elder Scrolls.” He also worked for Luma Pictures as a contract 3D artist for “The Avengers” and “Underworld Awakening.”

“Fallout,” the post-apocalyptic role-playing franchise, has had six games since 1997. “Fallout 4” will be the franchise’s seventh game, and the latest game was 2010’s “Fallout: New Vegas.” The games have been released on platforms such as Microsoft Windows, XBOX, XBOX 360, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3.

Bethesda studio has also made such successes as the “Skyrim” franchise, the game “The Elder Scrolls,” “Rage,” “Dishonored” and “The Evil Within.”

While there hasn’t been an announced release date for “Fallout 4,” there have been rumours that footage will be shown at the E3’s press conference for “F4” on June 14. It hasn’t been confirmed, but the studio Bethesda might plan to release a 20-30 minute demo. It’ll be a matter of time to see if a shorter trailer will be featured, as well.

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