Fallout 4 Gets Countdown Timer Ahead of E3




/ 5 years ago

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Bethesda just officially confirmed Fallout 4’s arrival ahead of their E3 announcement. The title has been granted a Fallout-themed countdown timer over at their website and it looks like they plan on revealing something this week.

While the timer has been set for 24 hours, this does not mean everything would be revealed this week. Bethesda may very well reveal bits and pieces to keep the hype going until it is finally revealed next week, on the 14th of June, at the E3 conference.

There have been rumours roaming around about certain aspects of the game, like the action taking place in Boston. However, nothing that can actually be confirmed surfaced so far. Fans have been overly excited since the first whim of Fallout 4 has been released, but the lack of information may have also been excruciating.

The last Fallout title has been released back in 2008, so a sequel set to release seven years apart is really something to look forward to. However, we still need to wait a bit longer to get what Bethesda has planned for this title. Until then, you can head on over to the countdown website and check out what they have to share with the rest of us once the timer runs out.

Thank you Kotaku for providing us with this information



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