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Rumor: Fallout 4 Shown Behind Closed Doors At E3, Coming 2015

Posted on Tuesday, June 18 @ 10:48:47 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


We've been hearing rumors about it for quite some time, and now word has it that Fallout 4 was shown to a very select few at E3 last week.

According to Bubblenews, Bethesda teased a few members of the press at E3 with an early look at the fourth entry in its highly regarded open-world post-apocalyptic RPG series. A 37-second trailer was reportedly shown, revealing that the game will primarily take place in Boston.

The game will supposedly be unveiled some time before E3 next year, with a launch expected sometime during the Fall of 2015. In addition, Fallout 4 is said to be coming to a whole bunch of platforms, including PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3.

Remember, this is merely rumor, so treat it as such until we know more. Hopefully, Bethesda will have something to reveal sooner rather than later.

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