Will the Original Fallout 3 (Van Buren) Please Stand Up?
Long before Bethesda made the Fallout 3 we know and love today, the now defunct Black Isle Studio (part of Interplay) was hard at work developing the sequel to Fallout 2 and it was codenamed Van Buren.
This original “Fallout 3” was set in Utah and Colorado, unlike the current one which is in Washington D.C. Featuring a 3D engine presented in an isometric view, the game was unfortunately cancelled about 3/4 way through development in 2003.
There’s a tech demo out there for this game, and I’ve downloaded and played it. Interestingly, it felt like a rough 3D isometric version of Bethesda’s Fallout 3.
Check out the following screenshots I took from the game:
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