Bethesda Teases New Fallout Release

30 May, 2018, 11:36 | Author: Jeannette Greene
  • New Fallout game teased by Bethesda

Fallout fans may have something to look forward to.

Something related to "Fallout" is being teased ahead of E3 by the developer of the action role-playing game franchise.

The tweet doesn't give much context, but it includes a retro-looking GIF that may be a nod to the Fallout series' old-school aesthetic.

There is not a lot to say about this other than Bethesda have just tweeted the Fallout "Please Stand By" loading screen and, well, squeeee!

Bethesda could also be teasing a new remaster project for the series, something along the lines of what was built for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.


At the moment, we don't have any reason to believe that Bethesda is working on Fallout 5 (or that they're prepared to announce it).

Everything is now up in the air and we will keep you posted on the latest information. At least we suspect that's the case given that Obsidian sent out a tweet shortly after Bethesda's original message that seems to suggest that they're in the dark regarding what Bethesda might be teasing.

Fallout 4 was released in November 2015.

A similar teaser has been posted on Bethesda's official Twitter but without further explanation.

What's more, we feel as though we may not get any answers until E3 and so the long wait continues, only this time we're more eager than ever to know what Bethesda has in store for us.

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