YouTube channel UpIsNotJump recreates the latest trailer for the upcoming blockbuster film Captain America: Civil War by using various mods in Fallout 4.
YouTube channel UpIsNotJump is putting Fallout 4‘s mods to good use. By using various Captain America, Iron Man, and Spider-Man mods for Fallout 4, UpIsNotJump has managed to accurately recreate the latest trailer for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film Captain America: Civil War.
The Fallout 4 recreation uses soundbites from the actual Civil War trailer, and is impressive work overall – featuring vault dwellers dressed as the characters from the film. The creators of the trailer even went so far as to attempt to recreate some of the more complicated action set-pieces seen in the film’s actual trailer.
This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen Fallout 4 used to mimic movie trailers. In fact, in the past we’ve seen fans use Fallout 4 to remake the Jason Bourne trailer, and more recently, the Daredevil season 2 trailer was remade with the game as well. Even so, this Captain America: Civil War trailer recreation could potentially be the most impressive one to date. Judge for yourself by checking it out right here:
The work from UpIsNotJump will likely impress Fallout 4 and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans. Furthermore, it could inspire some gamers to download some of these superhero-centric mods for their own game. Of course, as of right now, that luxury is only enjoyed by PC gamers, as the planned Fallout 4 console mod support still has yet to see the light of day, despite being announced at last year’s E3 event.
Having said that, even when consoles are able to download mods, it seems unlikely that these particular mods will be made available. After all, the mods seen in this trailer are based on intellectual property owned by Disney and Marvel, so Bethesda could run into legal trouble by making them directly available to the masses. That’s also the reason why we’re unlikely to see the Fallout 4 Randy Savage Deatchlaw mod and other mods of the like make their way to consoles either.
Even so, the modding community has produced plenty of high quality content for Fallout 4, and even when one eliminates the content based on pre-existing properties from the equation, there should still be plenty for console gamers to sink their teeth into. In the meantime, PC gamers can download the mods showcased in the Captain America: Civil War Fallout 4 recreation trailer and attempt to remake the trailer themselves, or roleplay as their favorite Marvel comic book heroes right now.
What do you think of the Captain America: Civil War trailer being recreated in Fallout 4? Are you impressed by the work of UpIsNotJump? Which trailers remade in Fallout 4 have been your favorite so far? Get at us in the comments below and leave us your thoughts on Fallout 4, console mods, and Captain America: Civil War.
Fallout 4 is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.