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The Rogue One Trailer Recreated in Fallout 4 Just Works, Okay?

Pistol packin' mama...

Creative and Fallout 4 savvy superfan UpIsNotJump created a pretty stellar remake of the Rogue One trailer within Fallout 4. There’s a lot of things to like about this trailer: you’ve got great shot-for-shot alignment, you’ve got a few creative liberties, and you’ve got Mon Mothma in a bathrobe. I found myself surprised by how much I enjoyed this creative re-imagining, and was definitely curious about how it was put together. You can see that there are more than a few mods implemented here, mostly for graphical and visual enhancements—that is, unless they added a Death Star with the newest DLC release, Automatron.

The best part of the trailer was how they used a bathrobe to recreate Mon Mothma’s robes. If you’re not looking carefully, they look fairly spot-on. It kind of makes you wonder if maybe Mon Mothma is in a constant state of getting ready, but is interrupted by Death Stars and things before she can get into the shower. It’s like having the phone ring right before you step into the tub, except every time this phone rings, a planet gets blown up. It ain’t easy being Mothma, friend.

Another great detail is the attention to little things like the way the characters’ heads tilt. The Diego Luna proxy in here is a pretty solid match to the Luna in the original trailer. This entire video is excellent, and now has me wondering if this is a thing we can have with all trailers now. Frankly, I don’t see why not.

(via CBR)

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