In less than a month, you'll be able to shut out the world and get lost in the post-apocalyptic RPG nightmare of Fallout 4. To get you pumped for the game's release, developer Bethesda has premiered a live-action trailer.

Live-action trailers are a bit of a gaming custom. They don't show any actual gameplay or design, though they paint a clear picture of what you can expect by setting the tone, look, and feel. Fallout 4 is one of the most anticipated games of the year, so this 1-minute clip, called The Wander, is something you'll definitely want to watch.

Fallout 4 will be the fifth major installment in the Fallout series and is set 200 years after a nuclear war in a post-apocalyptic Boston. Bethesda confirmed the game will release on 10 November for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. There will not be a version for Xbox 360 or PS3, likely due to the game's advanced graphics.

This live-action trailer, which features real actors instead of computer-generated characters, blends film and with CG. It's not 100 per cent live action, but that's pretty common with these types of trailers, from Destiny to Halo 5.

Check out Pocket-lint's Fallout 4 hub for a preview of the game and more related news.

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