Everything can change in an instant.
Whether or not your ready.
This wasn't the world I wanted, but
It was the one I found myself in.
This time I'm ready.
[SOUND] Because I know war.
War never changes.
I have a question.
The only question that matters.
Would you risk your life for your Your fellow man.
Even if that man is a synth.
Beneath the commonwealth there is a cancer known as the Institute.
A malignant growth that needs to be cut before it infects the surface.
They're the real enemy.
Not the wraith's, not the super mutants, not even those tools over in Diamond City.
I swear, I'm not a sim.
For God's sake.
This is ridiculous.
I want the truth [INAUDIBLE].
Protect the people at a minute's notice.
And our own into.
I'm a man out of time.
My [UNKNOWN] not lost.
This campaign will be costly, but in the end we will be saving humankind from its worst enemy, itself.
So where is it, huh?
How do I get there?
Haven't you been paying attention?
You don't find the Institute.
The Institute finds you.
Let's go, boy.
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