Tag Archives: fallout 4
Mon, Dec 09, 2013 | 12:22 GMT
Fallout 4′s Survivor 2299 teaser site was confirmed as fakeby Bethesda over the weekend, and now the perp behind the prank has come clean to explain why he did it.
Sat, Dec 07, 2013 | 15:44 GMT
Like many of us suspected, the “Fallout 4 teaser site” was a big fat fake. It was updated last night with a video of the Tunnel Snakes from Fallout 3, dancing around in that meme video going on about how they rule and such. There was also a “hidden page” showing a door that when opened says “fuck you” which was pulled from Reddit. Nice. Supposedly it was created by a member of the Fallout community who runs a Fallout Facebook page who got bored, and decided to create the fake site,according to IncGamers. That’s all you really need to know. That and Bethesda finally spoke up last night on Twitter saying: “If you don’t hear it through an official channel like this, assume all rumors and speculation are false.” Thanks, Gumpy.
Fri, Dec 06, 2013 | 15:05 GMT
Fallout 4 teaser site The Survivor 2299 has been updated again with a new wall of nonsense-text. See if you can make sense of it here.
Fri, Dec 06, 2013 | 09:40 GMT
Fallout 4 is not going to be on show at Spike VGX this weekend, according to Bethesda executive Pete Hines.
Tue, Dec 03, 2013 | 16:59 GMT
Fallout 4′s mysterious ‘Survivor 2299′ countdown site is still ticking, and has been updated with some form of gibberish code, along with the message that “Nuclear Winter has come.” How long until the Spike TV VGX awards again?
Thu, Nov 28, 2013 | 05:46 GMT
The Shenmue 3 trademark which popped up this week has turned out to be a hoax, according to CVG. The application was filed with the Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM), and after being examined by officials it was discarded. The OHIM discarded the Fallout 4 trademark filed last week, as it did with the Half-Life 3 application in October.
Tue, Nov 26, 2013 | 05:00 GMT
Fallout 4 looks like it’s going to get some kind of reveal in six days, according to a new countdown added to the game’s teaser site.
Fri, Nov 22, 2013 | 16:53 GMT
Fallout 4 rumors have gotten a new coat of paint today with a new Morse code translating to a distress call.
Mon, Nov 18, 2013 | 14:55 GMT
Fallout 4 is looking more and more likely thanks to yet another piece of evidence suggesting a reveal might be on the way.
Fri, Nov 15, 2013 | 14:41 GMT
Fallout 4 has been rumoured among games after a mysterious teaser site dubbed ‘Survivor 2299′ appeared online last night. Check it out here.
Wed, Jun 19, 2013 | 20:48 BST
Fallout 4, as we figured, wasn’t shown during E3 by Bethesda last week. According to a statement given to Kotaku on the matter: “We showed three games at E3 – Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Elder Scrolls Online and The Evil Within. We did not show any of our games behind closed doors,” said a company representative. Hopefully, you didn’t overdose on the salt over the weekend.
Tue, Jun 18, 2013 | 15:18 BST
Fallout 4 is the rumor du jour today, with Bubblenews reporting that Bethesda showed the game behind-closed-doors to select press at E3 last week. Follow through the break for more on this, along with your daily dose of salt.
Tue, Apr 16, 2013 | 06:32 BST
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s DLC run has officially ended, developer Bethesda has confirmed. The team will still provide updates to improve stability moving forward, but now it’s all hands on deck for the studio’s next game.
Wed, Jan 09, 2013 | 20:00 GMT
Tue, Aug 21, 2012 | 06:11 BST
Fallout 4 will be set in Boston, according to an alleged MIT student. He has explained that Bethesda is currently researching the Boston area.
Wed, Jan 26, 2011 | 14:09 GMT
Bethesda PR boss Pete Hines has confirmed to VG247 that other Bethesda Game Studios projects will “take advantage” of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s new Creation Engine.
Thu, Oct 23, 2008 | 23:12 BST
According to this Reuters report, Fallout fans aren’t going to have to wait another decade to get involved with another instalment in the series.
From the piece:
Gamers have been waiting 10 years for Bethesda Softworks’ “Fallout 3,” for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
“I think it’s good for people to miss things,” said Todd Howard, executive producer of the game. “Ten years between ‘Fallout’ is a bit long, but I think there’s this nostalgia factor.”
Fans of the post-Apocalyptic game, set in Washington, D.C., won’t have to wait another decade for “Fallout 4.” Howard said he believes three years is a good time frame between games.
More through the link.
Mon, Sep 01, 2008 | 17:19 BST
Speaking to VG247 at Games Convention, Bethesda’s Peter Hines has indicated that you may not just be seeing one more Fallout from the publisher: you should be thinking along the lines of EA and FIFA.
“That’s why we bought it,” he said when we asked him to expand on recent comments that Bethesda was going to continue with the series past Fallout 3.
“We didn’t buy it just to do one and then to never anything again. So it’s sort of like confirming there might be another FIFA next year. It’s their franchise and they’re going to do another one. We bought it for the purposes of doing another one. If we were just going to do one, there’s any number of things we probably could have done differently.”
Fallout 3′s out in October in the US and Europe, and December in Japan. After that there’s going to be the 360-only DLC announced at E3, then we’re going to be waiting for the next full game, from the sound of it. Just don’t call it, “Fallout 09,” OK?
Sat, Aug 02, 2008 | 09:34 BST
Betheda’s Peter Hines, talking on London today, has made first mention of a follow-up to anticipated RPG, Fallout 3.
“We didn’t buy the Fallout franchise to just do Fallout 3 and then stop,” he said. “But let’s get this one out of the door before we worry about the next one.”
Hines also explained why 360 is the lead machine for the third game in the series.
“If you have the PC as your lead machine you have the problem of not knowing what configurations people have, how many gigs of RAM or what graphics card they have,” he said.
“Obviously we are more familiar with the Xbox because we are familiar and the other thing is that the Xbox is much easier to take to tech shows.
“We can just pop the hard-drive off the Xbox and put it on any machine which is an advantage. Taking the PC or PS3 to these things just isn’t convenient.”