By Mathew Katz
November 5, 2015

As the popular games series has constantly reminded us, “War. War Never Changes.” And it looks like the latest Fallout game has no shortage of conflict.

Bethesda Softworks released a launch trailer for Fallout 4 on Thursday, just days before its Nov. 10 release date, and it gives us our best look yet at the game’s story. The main conflict seems to be around “Synths”—the human-like robots that first appeared in Fallout 3, and The Institute, the secretive remains of MIT that have survived past a nuclear apocalypse.

Set in and around Boston, the highly anticipated game will start off in pre-war America, where you’ll take control of a customizable male or female protagonist. Unlike past games, your character will be fully voiced, giving the story a more cinematic feel. You can also have a pet dog.

Write to Mathew Katz at matt.katz@time.com.

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