Weeeeee! Fallout 4!
Ahem. After putting up teaser pages on the game's website—and having temporarily let the bird out the cage when the actual site was briefly up—Bethesda has now pulled back the curtain slightly on the hotly-anticipated title. You can watch the trailer here:
For the uninitiated, Fallout is a series of games based on a post-nuclear future. It started out its life as a turn-based isometric RPG, and it eventually morphed into an open-world RPG/FPS hybrid with Fallout 3. Fallout 4 appears to be another open-world adventure. Gamers can place their pre-orders via the official website, and Bethesda is set to do a proper reveal ahead of E3 on June 14th.
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