Guillermo del Toro may not have gotten to work on Silent Hills like we all had hoped, but his movie studio is reportedly doing the cinematic intro to Fallout 4.

Ron Perlman is known for Fallout's infamous opening narrations of "War Never Changes," but the movie studio of his longtime friend and colleague, Guillermo del Toro, could be doing the cinematic trailer to the fourth game of the series, Destructoid reports. The LinkedIn profile of a 3D artist who previously worked at Mirada Studios (del Toro's movie and CG studio) revealed some interesting info. The 3D artist worked at Mirada Studios from Dec. 2014-March 2015, with his only listed project being the cinematic trailer for Fallout 4. The profile also mentions that the artist previously worked at Blur Studio and helped develop Far Cry 4's cinematic trailer. Del Toro may have founded Mirada Studios, but this does not necessarily guarantee that he will be actually involved with the creation of the Fallout 4 trailer, which is presumably the one we'll see at E3 2015 next month.


All signs are pointing towards Bethesda formally unveiling Fallout 4 during its first-ever main stage E3 presentation. Bethesda's E3 press conference will take place on June 14 at 4:00PM EST. We should note that Bethesda is the only video game company to be presenting during June 14. Since Bethesda has never hosted an E3 press conference before and it is going to be the only company presenting that day, it's safe to say that it's breaking out the big guns this year, and its best shot to wow us will be with Fallout 4.