Fan manages to perfectly recreate Captain America: Civil War trailer with Fallout 4


Marvel didn’t disappoint when it released Captain America: Civil War‘s second official trailer last week. The preview was full of superheroes, tension, and explosions, and it even included a quick glimpse at the newest Spider Man (played by newcomer Tom Holland). One fan apparently enjoyed it so much that he decided to use the video game Fallout 4 to remake it almost exactly.

The impressive final product mirrors Marvel and Disney’s trailer shot by shot with near perfection, a fact that is clear if you watch the videos side by side using two browser windows. Uploaded to the YouTube account UpIsNotJump, the creator describes his video as a “Fallout 4 Video Game machinima parody” that is “recreated completely … with mods.” He seems to have been inspired by fellow YouTube users TGN and Merfish, who used Grand Theft Auto 5 with mods to remake the first Civil War trailer last month.

The new version of the second trailer isn’t UpIsNotJump’s first Fallout 4 remake. His channel’s content consists of what he refers to as “gaming videos with a lemony twist of my own comedy,” and he previously uploaded a recreated trailer for Daredevil season 2. Among his other uploads is a song using only Fallout 4 sounds — that creative video is just what those who enjoy the sound of a battle axe whipping through the air need in their lives.

The Civil War trailer comes prior to the film’s May 6 theatrical release. The highly anticipated superhero flick features an all-star cast portraying numerous characters from the Marvel cinematic universe, including the titular hero (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), and many more. The plot centers on strife within the group, which gives rise to the storylines that drive the action. Mackie previously revealed that he thinks Civil War is Marvel’s best film yet.

Watch the official Captain America: Civil War trailer 2 below to compare it to the Fallout 4 remake above.

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