There are lots of Fallout 4 Gameplay details that has been spreading around the web and, these are unofficial! Yes, it's all leaked!
Here’s some footage from the start of the game, for example. You can see your character walking around a 1950’s house, reacting to a bunch of objects around him. Environmental storytelling is a tad more in-your-face in this game than earlier ones:
As you can see, the game is pretty vibrant and colorful! And while it doesn’t look as modern, graphically speaking, as recent games, it still looks pretty damn good for Fallout. Note the dialogue system, too. It’s more Mass Effect than Fallout, now, a fact that saddens me. That said, it does allow for the protagonist to have more personality. It’s a trade-off. It kind of looks like once you make a dialogue option, you’re locked into it, too? As in, you can’t go back to explore other options, as you could in older games? Note also that the entire reason you can go into a vault is because of your ‘service’—does that mean you’re a part of the Enclave, technically speaking?
Another video from the start of the game:
Unfortunately, other humans in Fallout still have that kind of terrifying, uncanny look. Cripes. At least your house looks nice.
There’s wasteland footage too, of course. Here’s a video where you can see the vault dweller walking around the Boston Public Library:
Fallout 4’s gear looks pretty damn cool, eh? VATs looks slick as well. I’m wary of how easily super mutants go down, though. Makes them feel, well, not very super at all. Well, at least the super mutant banter continues to be excellent.
A continuation of that footage can be viewed here:
Some doors are open, others are not. Makeshift pathways form out of junk and debris. You have to do your best to make your way through all of it, which really lends itself to a feeling of exploration and density.
Some returning enemies have new tricks, too. Here’s a Radscorpion, burrowing into the ground mid-attack—and then jumping out!
And some first-person mini-gun footage—notice how, during VATS, the game doesn’t actually completely freeze. Interesting change! You’ll need to make choices quicker, now.
But the juiciest thing to come out of all these leaks so far is definitely the Perk chart. While Bethesda released the Perk chart image already, it was missing the specifics of what you could unlock and when. Thanks to these leaked gameplay videos floating around, however, Reddit users have been able to fill out about 95% of the chart. If you’d like to take a gander and perhaps start plotting your own build, I’d right click and open this image in a new page—it’s the only way to read the text.
Some of these are returning perks, others are new. I’m particularly fond of the Charisma rank. Notice the one where you can “pacify” enemies? Sounds like it could be fun!
Naturally, there’s video floating around of the map, too. Not great video, mind you, but it should still give you a sense of the scale at play here: