We're not taking bets either way at this point.
By Alice Lynton on November 17, 2013 at 9:23 am
It’s about time Bethesda got around to Fallout 4, don’t you think? Me too. It’s got to happen sometime, right? And we don’t know what the core development team has been up to since Skyrim DLC wrapped. Is it any wonder, then, that the Internet has seized on a series of slim clues, put two and two together and got “Fallout Four”?
The speculation was sparked by the arrival of a new website called Survivor 2299, apparently belonging to Bethesda parent company Zenimax. It’s got some morse code, a countdown pointing to a December 11 reveal (lines up nicely for a reveal after the upcoming Spike TV VGX show), and not much else.
That said, GamesIndustry is pretty sure it’s all a fake, as the domain actually traces back to a company in Poland, which is unusual – and you probably remember that whole Prey 2 teaser site hoax, which may have inspired a copycat.