The game itself begins before a nuclear war, with the player using the character creation screen to choose a man or woman, while also letting you sculpt your face while chatting to your partner - a baby is even generated from the couple you create. Later in the same section you can set your stats from Vault Tech, before devastation takes places and the world becomes a shadow of its former self.
As well as numerous graphical advancements, improvements have been made to gameplay, the way you command your dog and more. Perhaps one of the most interesting new features is the ability to rebuild the world while playing, allowing you to create a settlement, which in turn will attract people to live there. You'll need to build defences and provide food and shelter, to help then survive and fight off raids. Crafting also carries over to weapons, allowing you to create over 700 mods for 50 base weapons. It's a great option and looks like a lot of fun.
Bethedsa even showed off a new version of Pit Boy, which allows you to play classic games as well as access in-game information and systems. An app with also be released which gives a second-screen experience, so instead of using it in-game, you can use it on your mobile instead. There is even a collectors edition which includes a real-life Pit Boy which you can slide your mobile into and strap to your arm.
Fallout 4 is due for release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One November 10 and you can pre-order on ShopTo.