Guillermo del Toro may not have gotten to work on Silent Hills like we all had hoped, but his movie studio is reportedly doing the cinematic intro to Fallout 4.
War never changes, and most Fallout 4 rumors never do, but this latest development leading into E3 2015 is quite interesting.
Whether it's for Doom 4, Fallout 4 or a completely new IP, this new Amazon listing for an unannounced Bethesda project has us quite intrigued.
Though Bethesda didn't announce a new entry in its Fallout series at VGX as rumored, some new documents from a casting call seemingly prove Fallout 4 is really happening. It's just a matter of when.
More evidence of Bethesda planning another Fallout sequel has surfaced, this time in the form of an actual trademark from the developer.
A new website recently launched for something called The Survivor 2299, and some deep digging alludes to a possible next-gen Fallout announcement coming soon.
Bethesda has confirmed today that Skyrim development has officially ceased. There will be no more downloadable content released and no more patches made. Instead, the studio will be moving on to a brand new project, which most have presumed to be Fallout 4.
It's been two years since Fallout: New Vegas depicted Sin City in all its apocalyptic glory, and now Fallout 4 is apparently on the horizon. That is if you believe the tweets of Erick Todd Dellums, who served as the voice of Galaxy News Radio DJ Three Dog in Fallout 3.