This morning Bethesda updated their site with this ominous, Fallout inspired countdown clock that is set to strike 00:00:00 tomorrow… we’ll surely be receiving Fallout news from Bethesda. Of course we’re all operating under the impression that they’ll be announcing Fallout 4 ahead of their June 14th press conference at E3.
If this is the announcement they’re going to be making tomorrow, it’s the perfect time to get it out in the open. This is the sort of news that’ll generate enough buzz/ hype to carry you straight into E3, this way they’ll be able to whet our appetites while we wait.
Fans have been dying for a sequel to Bethesda’s 2008 post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout 3, making Fallout 4 one of the most anticipated games in recent years. Of course wouldn’t it be terrible if all of this build up to tomorrows reveal was nothing more than the announcement of an HD Remaster? I sincerely doubt that is what we’ll be receiving tomorrow, however it certainly isn’t outside the realm of possibility.
There really is only one way to find out for yourself… you’ll need to check out the announcement when it goes live. You’ll be able to watch the entire live feed below, if you happen to miss it we’ll post an update with the video.
What are you hoping to see in tomorrows announcement? Let us know in the comments below…
In case you missed the live stream, here’s the broadcast…
Bethesda®, a ZeniMax® Media company, today confirmed the upcoming global release of Fallout® 4, the next generation of open-world gaming. The world premiere of the game will take place during Bethesda’s E3 Showcase being held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on June 14th beginning at 7.00pm PST, and streamed live around the world via Twitch and YouTube.
Fallout 4 is being developed for Xbox One, PS4, PC by award-winning Bethesda Game Studios under the direction of Todd Howard.
This eagerly-awaited game is the follow up to the 2008 ‘Game of the Year’, Fallout 3, and the first title from the world-renowned studio since the release of their global phenomenon and 2011 ‘Game of the Year’, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
“We know what this game means to everyone,” said Game Director, Todd Howard, “The time and technology have allowed us to be more ambitious than ever. We’ve never been more excited about a game, and we can’t wait to share it.”