Elder Scrolls 6 vs. Fallout 4 for 2015 release

It is all very well seeing all these hints that point to Fallout 4, even though Bethesda has yet to officially announce the game, but they do love the publicity. We recently discussed how there was a clue to Fallout 4 in a recent Christmas card on the game publisher’s website.

However, for those who believe that we could see the next installment of Fallout released next year, then you might be disappointed. Okay, so it is clear that fans believe they have seen something on the Christmas card, which relates to games coming in 2014, but other fans believe this to be wishful thinking and that Fallout 4 will not be released until 2015.

We are not too sure what to make of this because we know that the whole Fallout 4 saga has been a rather confusing one, as we had assumed to know something about the game by now because of the countdown website. However, that was proved to be a hoax, and a good one at that.

It’s for this reason why whenever we see something from Bethesda we will now look at things that are not really there.

Having said that, a 2014 release for Fallout 4 would be better than 2015 from a fans point of view, as this is the year we expect Elder Scrolls 6 to be released. Then again, Bethesda might need another year to get to grips with the PS3 and Xbox One, and so the next Elder Scrolls title might not be here until 2016.

When do you think Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls 6 will be released?

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