In Case You Haven’t Already Heard, Fallout 4 Was Announced Today

Bethesda Game Studios put up a Fallout teaser website yesterday. The countdown on that site ran down to 00:00:00 today, revealing — surprise, surprise — a trailer for Fallout 4:

Also, the faux-legalese on the website is pretty amusing:

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The game has been confirmed for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4; it would appear that Bethesda have no plans to support previous-generation consoles. Presumably we’ll get more of a look at the game at E3, although the trailer does at least show enough to confirm that the game will be set (as I believe has been speculated previously) in Boston.

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    WtF Dragon
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    In Case You Haven’t Already Heard, Fallout 4 Was Announced Today

    Bethesda Game Studios announced Fallout 4 today. The game will evidently be set in Boston.

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    Slegnor
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    Ahh, Bwoston

    Check my entire Ultima series playthrough on YouTube: http://goo.gl/ftBurz

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    ZinCar

    Amazing how they broke the “nuclear nightmare” completely… even an immortal follower, the dog, in the same week.

    The introduction to the story cannot be more TES with “you wake up 200 years later”.
    Well, Elder Scrolls is losing consistency doing jumps since Oblivion, cutting out good ideas in favor of more stuff, Fallout 4 probably have more time spent to build a power armor, than a long and interesting plot, i have no doubt.

    Bethesda is going to remake the same thing with more mods each cycle, and people dont care, they are the Twilight books of RPG games.

    Dumb Down is the law.

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