The E3 2014 countdown is now on and since we are just around the corner from the big event happening, some fans are still holding on to the hope that we will see a Fallout 4 release date announced by Bethesda on stage.
Unfortunately though, we can tell you again that it won’t be happening. Pete Hines has just confirmed on his Twitter that the E3 slot that Bethesda has planned for the event won’t be Fallout 4.
The game that Bethesda is planning to unveil is Battlecry, a 32-player online team action game in development from the newly formed Battlecry Studios. We have included the Battlecry debut trailer below which will give you a heads-up on what to expect ahead of the full reveal at E3.
With a Fallout 4 announcement not expected at E3, the next possible event to look forward to is the Spike VGX awards. This was the same event in which Bethesda first unveiled Skyrim to the world so it wouldn’t be surprising if they use the same event to announce Fallout 4 at last.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) June 3, 2014
We miss the real E3 surprises though that nobody would expect to see. It seems like every year on the eve of E3 all of the big announcements are spoiled by premature leaks. How amazing would it be if we did see Fallout 4 at E3 by surprise.
The Tweet is from Pete Hines for all to see though – no Fallout 3 at E3 at this stage. Let us know your thoughts if you are a Fallout fan and if you are starting to lose hope on seeing the game released in the near future.
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