The developers of the DLC-sized Fallout London mod for Fallout 4 caught the attention of Bethesda, and they received a job offer from the company. Fallout London is an unofficial expansion pack with a narrative that focuses more on different groups, technologies, and cultures than the original. The game’s action is moved to a post-apocalyptic London in the nearly DLC-sized mod. post-apocalyptic London in the nearly DLC-sized mod.
Bethesda Offers Jobs to Fallout London Developers
The highly anticipated Fallout 4 mod, London, has undoubtedly caught Bethesda’s eye. According to the Fallout London Twitter post, it was stated that Bethesda hired some people behind the mod. Ryan Johnson, the lead technical adviser for the London expansion, said he is very excited to start working with the Bethesda team and is leaving the modding team.
Bethesda knocking on the door for modders shows how promising London is. However, the post on Twitter revealed that the mod will not be affected by the departure of Johnson, meaning the recently announced 2023 release date is still on the way. “The rest of the team can work on in his stead seamlessly,” the latest statement said.
More so, [Johnson] finished all of his expected level design tasks as well as a few extra ones we didn’t expect him to do. The man’s professionalism and dedication will honestly and truly be missed and felt throughout the team, however it brings us hand on heart joy to know that he will be taking his amazing talents to a company we all love.
On the other hand, there is a different situation for Dean Carter, the project manager on the modding team. He was offered to join the Fallout 76 team but declined, saying he would stay for Fallout London until the end. The DLC-sized mod is the only update Fallout fans will see for a while, albeit unofficially. Director Todd Howard has revealed that Fallout 5 is scheduled to be released after The Elder Scrolls VI.