Friday, February 1, 2013

Fallout 4 "Confirmed" says source; reveals Exclusive new information

With Bethesda tweeting that they are looking for (tweet #1) experienced UI designers for their "unannounced" game, as well as (tweet #2) future generation console programmers, rumors were bound to start flying about what they are developing in that secret base of theirs. One of the main guesses has been a new Fallout game. With Bethesda sitting their Fallout series on the bench for the past several years, now would be a great time to bring one up to the plate. Speaking with an anonymous source, Fallout 4 is confirmed to be in current development.

Actor Erik Todd Dellums, the voice of Three Dog, the post-apocalyptic DJ of Fallout 3, recently had this to say over Twitter:
“To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!”
And just to clarify this was no twitter stunt, he followed up with a confirmation tweet:
“How was that for a tease! I was given permission to release that tease, so fingers crossed.”
With that teaser, Fallout 4 will most likely be a direct sequel located somewhere near the original Fallout 3 setting of DC.

According to this source, Fallout 4 has already gone through several months of extensive development testing. You can check out an entire list of new information below.
  • Fallout 4 is being developed for both current and next gen systems.
  • Brotherhood of Steel will be making an appearance. Lyon's Pride will be a storyline side quest.
  • Wasteland DJ "Three Dog" will be a "Main Player" in story. Confirmed he is not the main character.
  • The game setting revolves around "The Hub".
  • Enemies are "location sensitive".
  • Caps are still used as currency, but "faction" money from New Vegas will make a return
  • "High Tech Tinker" perk: once you pick 50 locks and hack 50 computers then you can mod weapons if correct gun components are FOUND. None at this time are to be sold.
What do you think of this new information? Please discuss in the comments below.

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