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Fallout 1 NPCs Rebuilt with Artificial Intelligence

Fallout 1 NPCs Rebuilt with Artificial Intelligence
Fallout 1 NPCs Rebuilt with Artificial Intelligence
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The  Fallout series, which takes place in the post-apocalyptic world , is among the most loved series by the players. The series, whose first game was released in 1997 , has managed to create loyal followers over the years. Since most fans of the series weren’t too happy about the new games, they returned to the old games. Apart from the mods made to better show the old games, an interesting rework was done for the first Fallout game from 1997 .

In the project created by a fan team, the concept designs of NPCs in the Fallout 1 universe with 2D graphics were recreated using artificial intelligence . The new designs look pretty good.

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Here are Fallout 1’s NPC Models Generated with Artificial Intelligence

Fallout 1 NPCs Rebuilt with Artificial Intelligence

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Updating an old game like Fallout 1 is not as easy as it seems. There are only a few pixel resolution models that need to be edited in an update work to be done from the beginning. A group of gamers discovered that modeling can be done easily with artificial intelligence.

Using an image processing algorithm such as DALL-E 2  or MidJourney , the developers of the project shared their results on Reddit . Fans of the game, who commented under the post, stated that the designs were just as they lived and experienced nostalgia. On the other hand, the use of artificial intelligence for old games may lead to the emergence of a completely different game genre today, when the Remake culture is revived. Many game companies are currently working on machine learning algorithms for new ways of visualization.It’s a well-known fact. This means that in the near future, we can play artificial intelligence reinterpreted versions of games that have been mixed into the dusty shelves of history!

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