Thankfully, it's really cool work, and I was a Camera Assistant for TNT's "The Great Escape" for a few
weeks. Go check it out!
The official release date for Fallout: Project Brazil, is still "when it's done." However, I can now anticipate the number of tasks remaining on the progress bar for our first voiced Demo, and our first Release Candidate later this year. :)
You can still see a few unfinished areas on this little map, but for the most part, you're looking at a finished San Bernardio Mountains Worldmap. It's HUGE. About the same size as the Mojave Wasteland. most of that is skyline stuff, but everything in tan or super light brown is a playable area. Any of the dark stuff is just decoration. :)
This is what our skyline will look like. Miles and miles of desert and mountains mixed up in a post-nuclear wasteland. Then again, this part of the desert has always been a little arid. This is Mad Max country.
By the time you reach Union City, you have crossed the entire map. That is only the 3rd major quest in Black Bear. There will be a couple hours of dialogue packed into the game at this point, and so much writing it will make you think you are playing a novel. It's like your own multi-hour long action movie. Or an epic dream, however you want to think of it.
We already have a little bit of the voice acting done! I'm even planning on doing a little documentary video to go along with the final release. ^_ ^
So, with this news post, I think I'll get back to work!