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Fallout: New Vegas trailers

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This page lists all Fallout: New Vegas trailers.

Teaser trailer

The teaser trailer was released on February 4, 2010. While Frank Sinatra's "Blue Moon" plays in the background, a Securitron (later revealed to be Victor) is among the debris digging up the Courier. The view slowly backs up camera zooms out to reveal the lights of the New Vegas Strip, and a New California Republic ranger veteran looking over the city, standing next to an NCR flag. As the screen fades to black, Ron Perlman recalls that "War. War never changes" starts, and the Fallout: New Vegas logo fades in and advertises "Fall 2010".

It is notably similar to the Fallout 3 teaser: It starts out with music playing, with the camera zoomed in on the music source, then slowly pans out to reveal the wasteland and then an unexplained figure is shown, who then turns to look at the camera.

E3 2010 trailer

The E3 trailer was released on June 12, 2010. It features the song "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle" by Kay Kyser and begins with an eyebot, ED-E lazily cruising along a road in the Mojave Desert. It is suddenly shot and is knocked offscreen, returning only to be shot again, block out the view and transition into the showcase. The trailer showcases new weapons, armors, creatures and locations while "Jingle, Jangle, Jingle" continues in the background.

UK TV advertisement

This ad was shown in the United Kingdom prior to the release of Fallout: New Vegas. While most of the footage is copied from the Fallout: New Vegas E3 trailer, several new pieces of footage were added, along with the song Orange Colored Sky playing in the background of the video.

Ultimate Edition trailer

Released on January 19, 2012, this trailer is a montage of in-game cinematics and all previously released trailers for Fallout: New Vegas. It also features the song Home on the Wastes, a song written by Josh Sawyer and performed by Josh Sawyer, Nathaniel Chapman, and James Melilli.

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