Bethesda denies showing Fallout 4 at this year’s E3

Fallout Vault Boy

By on June 20, 2013 at 2:51 pm

The rumour from earlier this week that Fallout 4 has been shown behind closed doors at this year’s E3 has been squashed by Bethesda.

“We showed three games at E3 – Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Elder Scrolls Online and The Evil Within,” said the company in a statement to Kotaku.

“We did not show any of our games behind closed doors.”

Sorry everyone. I mean, Bethesda didn’t deny they were making Fallout 4 — they almost certainly are — but they didn’t show it. Ah well.

Source: Kotaku

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maybe those people were confusing it with Mad Max.

 

shame.. But why would they show a game behind closed doors? i know some people will say for investors but wouldn’t they rather see how the consumers react to what is shown?

 
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