E3 this year is going to be more exciting than anyone has ever imagined. The most prestigious show of the gaming world formally kicks off on June 14. But hypes are already starting to heat up. The latest in line is Bethesda.
The company has put up a traditional “Please Stand By” with a countdown to about 24 hours on its website’s Fallout subdomain, indicating that Fallout 4 is finally here. It’d be interesting to see an official announcement of Fallout 4 before the actual event kicks off, but certainly something that fans all over the world will appreciate.
Nobody still knows anything about Fallout 4. Will it retain its settings from the previous games of the series? Will it deviate from its usual course and make something like The Witcher? Will it feature a massively playable online multiplayer option, similar to that of GTA V?
While tech world is usually full of leaks and early informations regarding upcoming gadgets and services, Bethesda has managed to keep everyone’s mouth shut. Nobody outside of Bethesda’s world knows or says anything about Fallout 4, which is a good thing, to be honest. The element of surprise will be there.
The only thing we can hope is for Fallout to not screw up one of the decade’s most anticipated game, Fallout 4.
What kind of setting, gameplay and online playability do you expect from Fallout 4?