To celebrate the final week of Fallout: Lanius’ successful Funding Campaign the team has released a new Promo Teaser Video and 3 new pieces of Key Art.

Having successfully raised their initial budget of $10,000 the Fallout: Lanius team now wish to succeed in raising their stretch goals. Fallout: Lanius has now only a week to go and there are still plenty of incredible Funder rewards on offer.

The team has released new Key Art designed by Graphic Designer Jeffrey Phillips (http://jeffreyphillips.com.au/). The three images reveal the first look at the incredible Legate Lanius Armour, as well as an assortment of other characters.

“We couldn’t be more appreciative of the people that have supported us” Director Wade K. Savage commented “Now, I want to see if we can make our stretch goals and really make something amazing for the Fans”.

“FALLOUT: LANIUS” is a blood soaked high concept action epic, which will explore the origin story of the primary antagonist “Legate Lanius” from the 2010 video game “Fallout: New Vegas”.

STORY SUMMARY

“On the brink of ruin, the Hidebark people are about to be wiped out by the slaving organization, Caesar’s Legion. However, their most ruthless warrior would prefer death to dishonour. “FALLOUT: LANIUS” will recount how a single man brings ruin to his people due to his lust for bloodshed and victory.”

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4 responses »

  1. Hello just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The
    words in your article seem to be running off the screen in Firefox.
    I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I figured I’d post to let you know.

    The design look great though! Hope you get the problem resolved soon.
    Cheers

  2. jdh5153 says:

    No….thank you. I wish people would stop trying to turn video games into movies or TV shows. It’s not worth it. Play the game, enjoy the game, move on. Stop ruining them.

    -avideogamelife.com

    • Jon Martin says:

      Can’t speak for all of us here, but I for one love Fan Films or Video Game Movies. The creation or viewing of them doesn’t typically ruin the experience of playing the game, so where is the harm? It usually only serves to flesh out the universe or expand the lore. I don’t see anything wrong with that.

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