Rumor has it that the next installment of the Fallout series, Fallout 4, was officially presented behind closed doors at this year’s E3 convention in Boston. Of course, Bethesda officials did not confirm the rumor and we have no reasons to believe it.
The CEO of Bethesda Game Studio Todd Howard said during the Skyrim project that 90-100 people are working with Fallout series.
So this new hiring specifies the work load at BGS. There were some rumors weeks ago that the Bethesda designers are too much busy with Elder Scrolls so that’s why it is facing a delay.
This Fallout 4 news clearly suggests the pace and progress of the game. Fallout 4 was earlier expected to be be released no later than in October 2015 on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 but a leading gaming website posted a link to a site that popped up in recent days bearing a Vault-Tec logo and a countdown. The countdown is set to expire on December 11, 2013. Rumor has it that at the present date, it is developed in 55%.
The last entry in the franchise, Fallout 3 (which was followed by Fallout: New Vegas), is arguably one of the best games of all time. Fallout 4 is also known as Survivor 2299 and the player character will also be referred to as The Survivor.
A Fallout 4 trademark was filed by Bethesda for Europe earlier this week, which included merchandise and digital media as well as the game itself, suggesting that Bethesda is gearing up for a huge launch.
As the success of Fallout series has put Bethesda in a test as the gamers are expecting something out of the world now.