Goodness what Bethesda's actually working on.
By Alice Lynton on December 7, 2013 at 11:28 am
The trademark was fake. The teaser site looked extremely fake. And now Bethesda boss Pete Hines has confirmed on Twitter that the publisher has nothing to show at Spike VGX this year. You know what this means? We can stop holding out breath for the Fallout 4 reveal.
I know you’re disappointed. We never really believed in it, but we wanted to, you know? Because Fallout 3 and even Fallout: New Vegas seem like forever ago.
Besides, Bethesda’s core studio has had months to pump out a new game since it signed off on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. What on earth could it possibly be doing? Putting together a game engine and design that will be as significantly advanced over Fallout 3 as Skyrim was over Oblivion?!
Ohhh. Yeah, I guess we can wait. (In all seriousness, Bethesda has not confirmed its next project is Fallout 4. We only know it thinks it is “awesome” and it’s probably years off.)