Fallout 4’s Main Voice Actors Have “Each Done Over 13,000 Lines of Dialogue”

July 16, 2015 Written by Mark Labbe

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Bethesda’s Fallout 4 will be a massive game, and because of that, the title’s two main voice actors, Brian T. Delaney and Courtenay Taylor, have had to say many, many different lines.

In an interview with The Telegraph, Director Todd Howard talked a bit about the main voice actors, saying that the two of them “have been recording for 2 years,” with each saying “over 13,000 lines of dialogue.”

A lot of games have voiced characters, but what they don’t want to give up is all the dialogue options. So for us a lot of it was logistical. The voice actors have been recording for 2 years, they’ve each done over 13,000 lines of dialogue. So to be able to do that makes the difference; you still have choice.

Howard also mentioned that the development team was “lucky to find two great voice actors,” and explained that since they say certain lines differently from each other, some scenes will have a different feel to them depending on which gender you play as.

We were lucky to find two great voice actors, and it’s interesting because she may read things or act things differently than he does. So scenes play out differently depending on whether you are playing the game as male or female.

Fallout 4 is set to release on November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. What do you think of all that dialogue?

[Source: The Telegraph]