When I think of 2015’s best looking games I think back to the games that held up the best technologically, but those that also had a presence so striking that I can’t help but remember them. The way the light peered through the trees as the wind raged in The Witcher 3 was one of them. The dark, Victorian London-esque environments of Bloodborne have still stayed with me. And the presentation of Battlefront … it’s superb.
Fallout 4 is beautiful for other reasons. That was, of course, until Dead End Thrills got their hands on the game. Now it’s just straight out beautiful.
We’ve covered the exceptional work of the Dead End Thrills site and the screenshotting community before, and it would be remiss not to do so again considering the stellar work they’ve done with Bethesda’s latest RPG.
The galleries are split into two categories: the standard repository for colourful grabs of all shapes and sizes, and a special Walkabout series that captures the apocalyptic wasteland in all its monochromatic glory.
You can view many more gorgeous colour shots in the main Fallout 4 gallery, or the monochromatic gallery. The rest of DET’s fantastic galleries are definitely worth your time as well, especially the games that were traditionally panned by fans and critics alike.