Get ready for a Fallout 4 announcement at next month’s E3.
Back in February, we reported on Bethesda’s upcoming E3 Showcase — a first ever for the video game publisher. At the time, Fallout 4 rumors were flying thicker than flak from a modified railway rifle, and it just seemed to make sense that a reveal was forthcoming at the world’s premier gaming trade show.
E3 is only a month away, and things are looking better and better for a Fallout 4 announcement. Videogamer is reporting that Bethesda hired filmmaker Guillermo del Toro’s production company, Mirada Studios, to make a cinematic trailer for the highly anticipated game — this according to the Linkedin profile of a contract artist who allegedly worked on the project from December 2014 through March 2015 (see screenshot below).
Still Only A Rumor
If true, this would suggest that the trailer would indeed be ready in plenty of time for the E3 Showcase. A cinematic trailer from a heavy-hitter like Mirada Studios would be simply epic.
Now, it’s important to note that this information still falls under the category of “rumor,” and Bethesda still hasn’t acknowledged that Fallout 4 is even in production. For that matter, Mirada Studios hasn’t revealed that they’ve worked on a trailer, despite what the contract artist indicates in his or her profile. Vault Boy’s mamma didn’t raise no fool though, and this latest information only seems to give credence to a Fallout 4 announcement.
The Bethesda Showcase is taking place on June 14, 2015. The unprecedented event will be streamed live on Twitch (click here). So mark your calendars, and keep your Pip-Boy 3000 fully charged. Something big is going to happen!
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