Once again, Bethesda has recruited an individual working on a fan-created Fallout mod as a paid employee.
Project manager “Prilladog” released a statement to the Fallout London Discord and social media channels congratulating “PatchworkProfessor” on his new role and assuring him that the team would “cheer [him] on every step of the method.”
“I wanted to take a moment to tell you all some fantastic news!” A level-headed prilladog. It’s official: PatchworkProfessor has been hired by Bethesda as an assistant level designer. Let’s give him a huge ovation for this success.
“PatchworkProfessor’s dedication and hard work in level design and scripting have finally paid off. He has been able to keep this well-earned position thanks in large part to his professionalism and attention to his work. We are really proud of him and wish him the best of luck on his new venture.
If you’re worried about what this could mean for the release date of the Fallout London mod, Prilladog has assured us that we need not worry.
Some of you may be wondering how this news will affect the launch of our mod, and I get that. Have no fear! PatchworkProfessor completed his duties in full before leaving, therefore his absence will not delay our scheduled release. We appreciate his help and are confident in the quality of his work, which will be evident when you get your hands on the mod. We also look forward to seeing what he accomplishes at Bethesda.
“Well done, Patch! We can’t wait to see what you accomplish with your talents, and we’ll be here rooting for you every step of the way.
Two years ago, it was revealed that Fallout would be getting a “DLC-sized” expansion called Fallout: London, which will swap out the game’s usual American setting with the metropolis of London in the United Kingdom. Recently, a lengthy YouTube video provided us with our first peek at genuine gameplay footage of the thrilling mission. Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, who played the sixth and seventh versions of the Doctor in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, will lend their voices to Fallout London.
Meanwhile, one of the world’s longest-running MMOs is going offline after 27 years of service.
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