Bethesda Teases ‘Fallout’ News With Hours Long Livestream

Bethesda Teases ‘Fallout’ News With Hours Long Livestream

After all, they pulled this trick off in 2015 with the reveal of Fallout 4. It is one of the fastest selling Fallout game in the series and it is now available for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. All we know for sure is this tease is Fallout-related, but what could it be for?

Either way, the teaser has left the internet on fire and we can't help but imagine Todd Howard and the rest of Bethesda are chuckling sinisterly behind their hands as they watch us all squirm.

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Bethesda recently announced a new upcoming title, Rage 2 which was unintentionally leaked by Walmart a few weeks ago.

Over on Twitter, Bethesda Game Studios has posted a new teaser image with the simple message to "Please Stand By", though those familiar with the series (like myself) can note that the tease definitely seems tied to the franchise in some way, as the studio did before with the announcement of Fallout 4. Given the famed secrecy of Bethesda Game Studios - Todd Howard refuses to even spill Elder Scrolls news to his family - pretty much anything could be on the cards.

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The multi-colored nature of the slide, rather than a traditional green, is interesting, and may point to a return to the world of Obsidian's New Vegas entry (2012), which was notably jazzier with its color palette than other entries in the series.

Fallout 3 turns 10 this year, and some folks on the internet think it could be an impending announcement for a remastered version of the game.

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We'll keep you updated should Bethesda Game Studios reveal any new information.